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
1 team has 2 best pitchers -- it may surprise you
Minor, Lynn are baseball's top two pitchers by bWAR
A year ago at this time, Mike Minor was carrying a 4.61 ERA into a start in Oakland. Lance Lynn was riding out a free-agent horror story, still playing catch-up after sitting at home until March and then packing his bags for the Bronx at the Trade Deadline.
After G1 loss, Palumbo placed on Triple-A IL
Lefty exits start with blister, unlikely to pitch until September
ARLINGTON -- Rangers manager Chris Woodward has observed that there has been a “little bit of a black cloud” following left-handed pitcher Joe Palumbo around. It was there again on Tuesday afternoon in a 5-1 loss to the Angels in Game 1 of a doubleheader at Globe Life Park.
Texas sends Mazara (oblique) to IL
Nick Solak called up from Triple-A Nashville
ARLINGTON -- The Rangers have placed outfielder Nomar Mazara on the injured list with a strained left oblique muscle and called up infielder Nick Solak from Triple-A Nashville for Tuesday’s doubleheader against the Angels.
Mazara left Monday’s game against the Angels after feeling the oblique in his only at-bat in
Rangers make flurry of roster moves before DH
Heineman, Valdez recalled from Triple-A; Sampson placed on 10-day IL
ARLINGTON -- The Rangers made multiple roster moves and lineup changes in preparation for Tuesday’s doubleheader against the Angels. The details:
• The Rangers recalled outfielder Scott Heineman from Triple-A Nashville and put him in the lineup at first base on Monday against Angels left-hander Dillon Peters. He went 1-for-6
Rangers regroup: 'We need to learn from all this'
Clase pitches in high-leverage situation, takes the loss
ARLINGTON -- The Rangers have been challenging their young pitchers in some tough situations lately, but that’s the way the rest of the season figures to be as they continue to slide below the .500 mark.
Rookie reliever Emmanuel Clase was in a particularly rough spot in the eighth inning
Gallo takes some swings, but he's a ways away
Burke to precede Palumbo in doubleheader Tuesday vs. Angels
ARLINGTON -- Rangers outfielder Joey Gallo has started to swing a bat again, but his return isn’t expected until mid-September.
Gallo swung lightly off a tee on Friday as he continues his recovery from July 25 surgery to repair a broken hamate bone in his left hand.
“It’s good, but,
Longest home runs for every MLB team
Statcast measures farthest blast since 2015 for all 30 clubs
Ever since Babe Ruth launched Major League Baseball into the live-ball era with his awe-inspiring home runs, wowed fans have been asking: "How far did that ball go?"
Teams had their own methods for estimating home run distance for nearly a century. But now, the launch of Statcast™ has given
Ex-mayor honored for role keeping Rangers put
Greene a driving force in getting Globe Life Park built
ARLINGTON – The Rangers staying in Arlington was not a sure thing. Not even close, not after manager Bobby Valentine had led the club to an unexpected 87-win season in 1986 and the Rangers were popular again.
Owner Eddie Chiles was struggling financially during a deep oil slump, Arlington Stadium
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
MLB awards all locked up? Not so fast ...
Here are several dark horse candidates for postseason honors
It's a funny thing about the postseason awards: Races that look one way now may look completely different six weeks from now. While we have favorites in every category, we’ve also got roughly 25 percent of the regular season still to be played.
So let’s go looking for some dark
Rangers' aggressive running thwarts rally in 6th
Calhoun, Odor, Trevino all make outs on bases in loss to Twins
ARLINGTON -- Getting runners thrown out on the basepaths can happen to anybody, especially a team like the Rangers, who take pride in being aggressive baserunners.
Manager Chris Woodward wants an aggressive baserunning team and he has full confidence in third-base coach Tony Beasley to make it happen during the