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Mired in a six-week offensive malaise that coincided with his temporary installation as the Texas Rangers' leadoff hitter, SS Elvis Andrus found himself in the bottom third of the batting order Thursday for the first time in more than three years.
Tell us Elvis Andrus always has a response to any and all questions from a reporter. He's so media-friendly that he comes up with something even though it might not be the definitive answer. That was the case until recently for his early season
Elvis Andrus always has a response to any and all questions from a reporter. He's so media-friendly that he comes up with something even though it might not be the definitive answer...Once upon a time, not long ago, there was a really good major
Texas Rangers' batting order through at least the end of this road trip, and has a chance to stay there even after Lance Berkman is healthy. Manager Ron Washington wouldn't commit to Cruz over the long term, and he likes Berkman's ability to draw a
Left-hander Martin Perez isn't letting the Rangers forget about him at Triple A Round Rock since being sent down after his only start with the big league club on May 27. Since then, Perez, 22, has gone 4-0 with a 1.13 ERA in four starts since his
Saturday June 15, 2013 7:54 PM Texas. - Adam Lind and Colby Rasmus homered in two runs and the Toronto Blue Jays spun their fourth straight win, 6-1 to break the Texas Rangers. Even with the early return of second baseman
Tell us General manager Jon Daniels has heard and read the reports suggesting that Nelson Cruz could be suspended for performance-enhancing drugs, but said on Friday that the Texas Rangers don't have a firm contingency plan for right field if a
Lance Berkman hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the seventh inning and the Texas Rangers beat Cleveland 6-3 Monday night to hand the Indians their eighth straight loss. Berkman's homer was his first since May 24 and extended Cleveland's road losing
Badly in need of some good medical news, the Texas Rangers finally received some Monday afternoon. The best of it was the sight of Ian Kinsler back on the field. The second baseman and leadoff hitter, out of the starting lineup since May 17, played
Alexi Ogando is the latest to join the Texas Rangers' ever-growing injury report. Ogando had his bullpen session cut short on Friday because of biceps soreness, and he is questionable to make his scheduled start Monday against the Cleveland Indians...