Inbox: Looking ahead to potential 2020 roster
Beat reporter T.R. Sullivan answers questions from fans
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Who would you identify as the core of this team going forward?
-- Dennis G. Garland, Texas
Lance Lynn, Mike Minor and
Palumbo shows K potential vs. Yankees
Rangers prospect fans 7 over 3-plus innings, allows 3 HRs
ARLINGTON -- Rangers pitcher Joe Palumbo is from Long Island to the east of New York City. That's generally considered Mets territory, and that was Palumbo's favorite team growing up, although he was a big Derek Jeter fan.
Jeter, now retired, was the leader of many powerful Yankees teams, and
Guzman returns to Rangers 'in a better place'
Mazara, Volquez, Gibaut, Springs and Sampson among Texas' other additions
ARLINGTON -- The Rangers expanded their roster on Sunday by calling up first baseman Ronald Guzmán and pitcher Ian Gibaut from Triple-A Nashville, while also activating outfielder Nomar Mazara and pitchers Jeffrey Springs, Edinson Vólquez and Adrian Sampson from the injured list.
Mazara and Guzman both made appearances as pinch-hitters
Allard goes 6 1/3 scoreless for 2nd Rangers win
Calhoun, Santana hit 2-run homers in Texas' shutout victory
CHICAGO -- Rangers rookie left-hander Kolby Allard made his fifth Major League start on Saturday night and pitched like a savvy veteran well beyond the age of 22.
This is what the good ones look like, no matter how long they have been in the big leagues. Allard used four
Solak, Burke hit the ground running in debuts
Rangers down Halos in 11 for 2nd straight night
ARLINGTON -- Rangers rookie pitcher Brock Burke and infielder Nick Solak had an unforgettable time on their first day in the Major Leagues, and it ended on a victorious note.
It also came at the expense of one of the greatest players in Major League history, but nobody on the
Prospect Burke may join Rangers Tuesday
Lefty, acquired in Profar trade, would start one game of doubleheader
ARLINGTON -- The Rangers are considering bringing left-handed pitching prospect Brock Burke to the big leagues and have him start in Tuesday’s doubleheader against the Angels. Burke, who is currently at Triple-A Nashville, is ranked by MLB Pipeline as the No. 7 prospect in the organization.
“We are still kind
Pence on injury: 'It’s very minor, not too bad'
Palumbo earns start Wednesday; second-round pick signs
ARLINGTON -- Rangers outfielder Hunter Pence is hoping for a quick return from the injured list after being diagnosed with a strained right groin muscle. Pence was placed on the IL Monday, and is eligible to come off a week from Thursday.
“It’s very minor, not too bad,” Pence said
Draft pick from Stoneman Douglas quite a story
Luke Schiltz goes from unknown to Rangers' system in less than a year
ARLINGTON -- Rangers amateur scout Cliff Terracuso paid a visit to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., last November to check on another group of talented athletes from a highly successful baseball program.
Nine months earlier the school had been the scene of the deadliest high school shooting
Rangers pick 2 third basemen on Day 1 of Draft
Jung, Wendzel Big 12 Players of the Year; Garcia Pac-12 Pitcher of the Year
ARLINGTON -- Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said before the 2019 MLB Draft that third base was a position of weakness within their farm system. The Rangers addressed that immediately on Monday night when they used their first two picks to draft third basemen.
Turns out, they are both quite
Hearn on debut: 'You either win or you learn'
Rangers' No. 11 prospect quotes Mandela after rough outing
SEATTLE -- Rangers rookie left-hander Taylor Hearn quoted Nelson Mandela after his Major League debut on Thursday night.
“I think Nelson Mandela said it best, one of his quotes I love is, 'You either win or you learn, you never lose.’” Hearn said after the Rangers’ 14-2 loss to the