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Texas Rangers outfielder Shin-Soo Choo to have second surgery in last three weeks

OAKLAND, Calif. – Texas Rangers outfielder Shin-Soo Choo, already out for the season, will undergo his second surgical procedure in the last month Choo will have surgery to repair torn cartilage in his left ankle, which apparently occurred during his …
KFFL Sep 16, 2014

Rangers | Shin-Soo Choo to have surgery

Texas Rangers OF Shin-Soo Choo (ankle) will have surgery to fix torn cartilage in his ...

Texas Rangers officially rule Michael Choice out for remainder of season

OAKLAND, Calif. – A day after an MRI exam revealed a significant strain of the left hamstring, Texas Rangers rookie OF Michael Choice was officially declared out for the remainder of the season on Tuesday. Choice, 24, hit .182 for …
Rotoworld Sep 16, 2014

Choice (hamstring) done for season - Michael Choice (OF) Texas Rangers

Michael Choice (hamstring) has been shut down for the season.

Texas Rangers assistant GM Thad Levine won’t be Arizona Diamondbacks next general manager

Texas Rangers assistant general manager Thad Levine has withdrawn from consideration for the general manager’s position in Arizona, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. The Rangers were contacted last week by Arizona’s Tony LaRussa about the possibility …

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Scouting Tuesday’s starters: Nick Tepesch attempts to stop struggles against Athletics

ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 10: Nick Tepesch #23 of the Texas Rangers throws against the Los Angeles Angels in the first inning at Globe Life Park in Arlington on September 10, 2014 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/)

Rangers rookies dress up

The Texas Rangers are set to embark on their final road trip of the season, a six-game California swing starting Tuesday night in Oakland and ending Sunday in Anaheim. As part of an annual tradition on most baseball teams, the Rangers' rookies had to dress up in a variety of costumes. Several, including Tomas Telis, Spencer Patton and Rougned Odor, were outfitted in what could be described as colorful clothing. Here's a picture from J.P. Arencibia of the spectacle in the Rangers' clubhouse Monday afternoon.
San Jose Mercury News Sep 15, 2014

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Oakland Athletics pitching matchups for series with Texas Rangers

Extras Bases: Colby Lewis finishing comeback season with a flourish

ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Texas Rangers have scored 10 runs in a game 11 times this season. Colby Lewis has been the starter in five of the 11. In the afterglow of his 10th victory Sunday, a 10-3 decision over the Atlanta Braves at Globe Life Park, the 35-year-old veteran hinted the good fortune of run support is just that, good fortune. “I’ve had my share of not getting runs, too,’’ said Lewis, thinking back to some past seasons.

Tomas Telis earns ire of umpire, learns important lesson

ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 09: Tomas Telis #6 of the Texas Rangers tags out Mike Trout #27 of the Los Angeles Angels at home plate in the top of the eighth inning at Globe Life Park in Arlington on September …

Stellar performance likely earns two more starts for Rangers pitcher Lisalverto Bonilla

Texas Rangers relief pitcher Lisalverto Bonilla throws a pitch during the first inning of a baseball game against the Texas Rangers, Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/John F. Rhodes)

Rangers outfield carousel takes another spin as Michael Choice gets injured; Jake Smolinski gets all clear

Texas Rangers Michael Choice is carried off the field by interim manager Tim Bogar, right, and trainer Matthew Lucero, left, after injuring himself rounding first base on an RBI double against the Atlanta Braves during the fifth inning of a …
Spoiler alert: Rangers sweep Braves

Spoiler alert: Rangers sweep Braves

Colby Lewis and Luis Sardinas help extend the recent upward trend.

Luis Sardinas sparks Rangers’ sweep

ARLINGTON, Texas -- When Luis Sardinas reflects on the biggest moments of his rookie season with the Texas Rangers, Sunday’s 10-3 win over the Atlanta Braves is sure to be high on the list. The 21-year-old infielder drove in four runs with three hits, two of them doubles, to lift Texas to its first three-game sweep since April. “It was a very good day for me,’’ the Venezuelan said through an interpreter. “It was fun to score that many runs and to have men on base and bring them in.

Texas Rangers complete sweep of fading Atlanta

ARLINGTON – The Texas Rangers completed a three-game sweep of former playoff contender Atlanta on Sunday with a 10-3 win at Globe Life Park. It was the Rangers’ first series sweep since April 21-23, at Oakland. The Braves dropped to …

Rapid Reaction: Rangers 10, Braves 3

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Wily 35-year-old veteran Colby Lewis did not need many runs, but the Rangers provided them anyway in a 10-3 Texas victory that earned a three-game sweep of the Atlanta Braves Sunday afternoon before 25,449 at Globe Life Park. Lewis continued to make a case for a spot in the 2015 rotation by limiting the playoff-contending Braves to five hits and one run over seven innings. The only damage was a solo home run by Ryan Doumit in the seventh.
Rangers notes: Add Michael Choice to the list of Texas’ walking wounded

Rangers notes: Add Michael Choice to the list of Texas’ walking wounded

Michael Choice will have an MRI on his left hamstring on Monday after leaving Sundays game in the fifth.

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    Jake Smolinski

    Rangers outfield carousel takes another spin as Michael Choice gets injured; Jake Smolinski gets all clear

  • 2 Nick Tepesch

    Nick Tepesch

    Nick Tepesch takes advantage of second chance to shut Oakland down in Texas Rangers 6-3 win

  • 1 Rougned Odor

    Rougned Odor

    Smolinski's 1st homer leads Rangers past A's 6-3

  • Derek Holland

    Derek Holland

    Base Hits: Holland faces favorite team

  • Yu Darvish

    Yu Darvish

    To be safe, Rangers decide Darvish is done for 2014

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