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Ex-Texas Rangers land in Korea

Three players who appeared with the Texas Rangers this season have signed one-year contracts with clubs in the Korea Baseball Organization. Outfielder Jim Adduci received the biggest deal: $650,000 from the Lotte Giants. Adduci, who hit .239 in 101 at-bats, …

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Texas Rangers prospect involved in fatal auto wreck in Dominican

The Associated Press has reported that Ronald Guzman, a highly regarded prospect in the Texas Rangers’ organization, was involved in a fatal automobile crash early Tuesday morning in his hometown of La Vega, Dominican Republic. According to the police report, …

Reports from Korea: Kia Tigers reject bid for pitcher Texas Rangers pursued

According to late-night reports from Korea, the Kia Tigers have decided to reject the posting bid, believed to have been made by the Rangers, for left-hander Hyeon-jong Yang. Several Korean-based websites have reported the news and the Kia Tigers official …
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Rangers ace Yu Darvish gets clean bill of health

Rangers ace Yu Darvish gets clean bill of health

The right-hander can resume throwing after an MRI of his elbow shows no inflammation.

Yu Darvish cleared to begin throwing program

As the Texas Rangers expected, right-hander Yu Darvish received clearance on Tuesday to follow his usual off-season throwing program. Darvish did not pitch after Aug. 9 this season because of inflammation in the right elbow. An MRI test and examination …

Rangers clear Yu Darvish for throwing program

Rangers ace Yu Darvish was cleared by Dr. Keith Meister to begin his normal throwing program on Tuesday. Darvish, who missed the last month and half of the season because of mild inflammation in his right elbow, underwent an MRI exam and subsequent examination by Dr. Meister. After an Aug. 9 start at Houston, where he lasted just four innings, Darvish complained of mild discomfort in his elbow. As a precaution, the Rangers placed Darvish (10-7, 3.

Minor League Rankings: No. 7 Nomar Mazara

The Rangers minor league series continues today with a look at some more outfielders. Ranking: 7 Player: Nomar Mazara Position: OF Draft selection: International signing. Team: Double-A Frisco 2014 season: Hickory: 106 G, .264/.358/.470 19 HR, 73 RBI, 57 W, 99 K. Frisco: 24 G, .306/.381/.518 3 HR, 16 RBI, 9 W, 22 K. Positives: Hits for power Negatives: Not much experience, he turns 20 next year When will he be here?: The Rangers paid a record $4.

Notes: Yu Darvish getting exam

Texas Rangers ace Yu Darvish is visiting team officials this week. Items on his to-do list include meeting new manager Jeff Banister, checking in with pitching coach Mike Maddux and getting an exam on his right elbow, which had some mild inflammation toward the end of last season. Darvish is scheduled to undergo an MRI exam and if the results are good, he's expected to begin his normal throwing program next month. GM Jon Daniels said at the GM Meetings recently that Darvish is always in shape and doesn't have any issues regarding his durability.

Minor League Rankings: No. 8 Lewis Brinson

Our daily series on the Top 10 Rangers minor league prospects continues with a pair of outfielders. Ranking: 8 Player: Lewis Brinson Position: OF Draft selection: 2012, first round Team: High Desert 2014 season: Hickory: 43 G, .335/.405/..579 10 HR, 28 RBI, 18 W, 46 K. Myrtle Beach: 46 G, .246/.307/.350 3 HR, 22 RBI, 15 W, 50 K. Positives: Good makeup, wiling to learn Negatives: Needs more work on developing power and expanding strike zone When will he be here?

Texas Rangers bring back RHP Wolf

According to media reports in Korea, right-hander Ross Wolf is returning to the Texas Rangers on a minor-league contract. Wolf appeared in 22 games as a swing-man with the Rangers in 2013. He made three starts, finished 10 other games …
Rangers catcher Chirinos has grasp of Thanksgiving spirit

Rangers catcher Chirinos has grasp of Thanksgiving spirit

A grateful Robinson Chirinos, honored with the first Durrett Award, gave back to his new community Monday.

Rangers C Robinson Chirinos sets lofty goal for 2015 season

Texas catcher Robinson Chirinos is pictured during the Colorado Rockies vs. the Texas Rangers major league baseball game at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas on Thursday, May 8, 2014. (Louis DeLuca/Dallas Morning News)

Rangers must wait to learn if they have won negotiating rights to Korean left-hander

The Texas Rangers are among the teams in the running for Korean left-hander Hyeon-jong Yang (NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP/).

Rangers hopeful Yu Darvish will soon start offseason throwing program

Texas Rangers starting pitcher Yu Darvish (11) pitches against the Miami Marlins at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas, on June 11, 2014. (Michael Ainsworth/The Dallas Morning News)

Chirinos gives thanks for opportunity with the Texas Rangers

ARLINGTON — Robinson Chirinos, installed as the Texas Rangers’ starting catcher for next season, grew up in Punto Fijo, Venezuela. He has found a second home in North Texas. Chirinos and his family stayed in the area rather than returning …

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