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Texas Rangers Rumors & News
Texas Rangers Blog | Dallas Morning News 13 hours ago
The Texas Rangers have kept good on their promise to have prompt contract talks with newly-minted free agent pitcher Colby Lewis. Lewis confirmed the club and his agent Alan Nero have had conversations within the last week. It is unclear …
Texas Rangers Blog | Dallas Morning News Oct 26, 2014
Teodoro Martinez, an outfielder in the Texas Rangers’ organization, continued a sizzling run in the Venezuelan winter league on Saturday night. Martinez had three hits for Aragua in an 8-4 loss to La Guaira. It was Martinez’ seventh multi-hit game …
Fort-Worth Star Telegram Oct 25, 2014
Despite a downward trend, Jon Daniels still believes in his close-knit group of confidants.
Texas Rangers Blog | Dallas Morning News Oct 24, 2014
Teodoro Martinez, an outfielder in the Texas Rangers’ organization, extended his good start in the Venezuelan winter league on Thursday night. Martinez, hitting leadoff, had two hits for Aragua in an 11-5 win over Lara. Martinez is hitting .389 with …
Texas Rangers Blog | ESPN Dallas Oct 24, 2014
We conclude our daily series on breaking down the Texas Rangers position by position with a look at the catchers. Catchers: Robinson Chirinos and Tomas Telis Most productive: Chirinos Least productive: J.P. Arencibia Stat of Note: Geovany Soto, the projected No. 1 catcher in 2014, played 10 games. Outlook: Before you get excited about Jorge Alfaro, one of the top minor-league prospects in the system, he won't be playing in Arlington in 2015.
Fort-Worth Star Telegram Oct 23, 2014
Rangers hitting coach Dave Magadan, who was a candidate for a job with Oakland, will remain with Texas for a third season.
Texas Rangers Blog | ESPN Dallas Oct 23, 2014
The Texas Rangers will retain hitting coach Dave Magadan for the 2015 season. Magadan met with team officials on Thursday in Surprise, Ariz., and after "a getting to know you" session with new manager Jeff Banister, it was agreed by all parties involved he should stay. Magadan, who has one year remaining on his contract, said contract talks for an extension weren't discussed. The Rangers are trying to finalize their coaching staff and in addition to retaining Magadan, who had spoken to several other clubs about employment, pitching coach Mike Maddux's status remains unsettled.
SURPRISE, Ariz. – That one week that Jeff Banister spent as a major league player? It apparently helped him find a bench coach. Triple-A Round Rock manager Steve Buechele, who was Banister’s teammate in Pittsburgh, has emerged as a leading …
Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre is one of three AL West third basemen to be named finalists for the AL Gold Glove at the position. Beltre, 35, joins Oakland’s Josh Donaldson and Seattle’s Kyle Seager as finalists for the …
Mike Jirschele spent 11 seasons in the Texas Rangers’ minor-league system without ever spending a day in the majors. He is getting his reward this year. Jirschele made his major-league debut this year as Kansas City’s third-base coach. The Royals …
This blog is devoted to doings of the Texas Rangers, but a sad baseball development on Thursday deserves mention. Chicago White Sox scout Paul Provas, based in Arlington, died after a year-long fight with brain cancer. Provas, 63, was elected …
Texas Rangers Blog | ESPN Dallas Oct 23, 2014
Our daily series on breaking down the Texas Rangers position by position continues with a look at relief pitching. Relievers: Alex Claudio, Jon Edwards, Neftali Feliz, Michael Kirkman, Phil Klein, Corey Knebel, Roman Mendez, Alexi Ogando, Spencer Patton, Robbie Ross Jr., Matt West. Most productive: Netfali Feliz. Least productive: Robbie Ross. Stat of note: 26 relief losses matches the team's total for the past six seasons. Outlook: There’s some uncertainty regarding this group.
Fort-Worth Star Telegram Oct 22, 2014
The new managers schedule included meetings with Steve Buechele and Dave Magadan.
Texas Rangers Blog | ESPN Dallas Oct 22, 2014
Our series on breaking down the Texas Rangers position by position continues with a look at starting pitching. Starters: Yu Darvish, Matt Harrison, Derek Holland, Nick Martinez, Miles Mikolas, Martin Perez, Tanner Scheppers and Nick Tepesch. Most productive pitcher: Darvish Least productive pitcher: Robbie Ross Stat of note: Wins above average for starters was minus-6.1 Outlook: Injuries hampered the Rangers' entire 2014 season. The club’s rotation compiled a 4.
Fort-Worth Star Telegram Oct 21, 2014
The new manager meets with team officials in Arizona to prepare for the next season.Tim Bogar wont coach for Rangers in 2015New Rangers manager leaves positive, familiar first impressionNew Rangers manager better be ready to be yes-mannedEmotions run deep for Texas-bred Banister, familyMore Texas Rangers coverage