The American League West rival Rangers and Mariners play the second game of their season-opening series Tuesday night at Globe Life Park, with Texas left-hander Martin Perez facing right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma. Texas won the opener, 3-2.
Sometimes, the sweetest, most improbable victories also happen to be the strangest. Style points?
The Rangers didn’t put on any wild celebrations in the clubhouse after their 3-2 Opening Day victory over the Mariners on Monday.
The Rangers scored three runs in the fifth inning and their pitching, led by Cole Hamels, made it stand up for a 3-2 Opening Day victory over the Mariners on Monday at Globe Life Park. The Rangers beat Mariners starter Felix Hernandez, who took the loss despite allowing just one bloop single through six. That […]
Ian Desmond’s apprenticeship is over after his Spring Training crash course. He is ready to settle in as the Rangers’ starting left fielder.
The Rangers ended any speculation about Adrian Beltre’s contract being a distraction before the 2015 season when they picked up his option for ’16 during Spring Training. That’s not going to be the case this year, as Beltre prepares for the final year of a deal he signed with Texas before the ’11 season.
The Rangers officially set their roster for Opening Day on Sunday and right-hander A.J. Griffin wasn’t on it. The righty was sent down to Triple-A Round Rock, but he is expected to be the No. 5 starter for Texas.
Steve Busby begins his fourth season as the Rangers lead television broadcaster and sat down with MLB.com to discuss the upcoming season.
Rajai Davis hit a three-run home run off Derek Holland in the third inning and the Indians closed Spring Training with their fifth straight victory, beating the Rangers, 3-1, on Saturday afternoon at Globe Life Park.
Right-hander Phil Klein has made the Rangers’ Opening Day roster as the long reliever with right-hander A.J. Griffin still in line to be their fifth starter.
Rangers catcher Chris Gimenez was hospitalized Wednesday morning in Arizona for an infection in his left ankle and remained in the hospital Friday, having undergone more tests and procedures since the rest of the team returned to Texas.
The Indians might have been content to start the season early, considering their success Friday night, but the Rangers were just as pleased knowing the meeting was merely a Spring Training dress rehearsal in a regular-season venue.