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Starting pitcher Justin Grimm #51 of the Texas Rangers gets a visit from catcher A.J. Jeff Baker hit a two-run homer and Lance Berkman added a three-run shot, both off Seattle starter Joe Saunders, and the Texas Rangers beat the Mariners 9-5 on
Ross Wolf and Neal Cotts were back in a spot this week that only they thought, or maybe hoped, they belonged. Their place on a big-league roster didn't come easily, and they didn't get there alone. There was a Texas Rangers organization that saw
The Sports Network After losing the final six games of their recent road trip, the Seattle Mariners should be happy about playing at home for the next week. That excitement may be a bit dampened, though, as their first opponent will be the first-
Tom Fox/Staff Photographer The Rangers were not a trendy pick to win the American League West in 2013. The Los Angeles Angels, who added ex-Ranger slugger Josh Hamilton, and the Oakland A's, 2012's AL West winner, got the nod from most experts. But
Oakland rookie Dan Straily got the better of Yu Darvish in a pitchers' duel, steering the Athletics to a 1-0 win over the Texas Rangers on Tuesday, further trimming the gap to the American League West division leaders. Among other games, Nate McLouth'
The Sports Network The Texas Rangers have purchased the contract of Ross Wolf from Triple-A Round Rock. Wolf is scheduled to make his first start in the big leagues on Wednesday against the Oakland Athletics. The right-hander went 1-2 with a 2.02 ERA
First baseman Mitch Moreland, who has appeared in every game to date this season, is out of the Texas Rangers' lineup for Wednesday's game against Oakland. Manager Ron Washington said Moreland appeared a little fatigued and could use a break.
Yoenis Cespedes homered for the game's only run and Dan Straily spun seven stellar innings of two-hit ball to lift the Oakland Athletics over the Texas Rangers, 1-0, in the second installment of a three-game set at Rangers Ballpark. Bud Norris rolled
Tell us No matter the game, no matter the league, the team that stays healthiest is usually the team that wins. Just another baseball adage that this Texas Rangers team is hoping to foil...The Rangers haven't viewed their myriad of disabled list
Rookie Daniel Straily and two Oakland relievers teamed up for a three-hit shutout Tuesday and the Athletics edged Texas 1-0. Straily (2-2) allowed only two hits and didn't issue a walk over seven scoreless frames, striking out five.