Weak Finish Spoils Potential Huge Week

April 30, 2013

By Mark Miller What started as an outstanding week on the road ended up just above average for the Texas Rangers. After winning two of three games at the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and […]

Hitting Catches Up to Pitching In Big Week

April 23, 2013

By Mark Miller Until this past weekend, pitching and defense allowed the Texas Rangers to succeed early in the 2013 season so it was refreshing when the offense did its part. Thanks to scoring seven, […]

Yu Had To Be There!

April 20, 2013

By Will Martin It was about 2 hours before trekking toward my old stomping grounds in Arlington after a long work day that I heard the news: No Matt Harrison until well after the All-Star […]

Pitching and Defense Keep Texas Afloat

April 17, 2013

By Mark Miller More evidence that the 2013 Texas Rangers will be unlike those of the immediate past was very prevalent last week. Scoring just 22 runs (3.6 per game) but yielding only 18 (3.0), […]

Against The Wind

April 10, 2013

By Will Martin Excitement was abound here in North Texas as Opening Day commenced at 1:05pm last Friday for the Rangers and the L.A. (cough) Angels. It also marked the return of Public Enemy #2 […]

Opening Week Provides Plenty of Optimism

April 8, 2013

By Mark Miller While it’s hard to determine any season-long trends from just one week of a new season, enough good things happened for the Texas Rangers last week that they and their fans already […]

Jon Daniels and More Diamond Talk

April 8, 2013

By Will Martin For the last 8-9 years my next guest has made amazing happen in Arlington. He’s taken some chances along the way. For the most part since 2007 the moves have been for […]

Season Of Changes Ahead For Texas Rangers

April 4, 2013

By Mark Miller Yes, the manager and most of his coaching staff are the same and some key players from three straight trips to the playoffs return but the 2013 edition of the Texas Rangers […]

Yu Gotta Be Kidding Me!

April 4, 2013

By Will Martin April 3rd happens to be an anniversary date. One year ago on this day North Texas bore the brunt of some crazy tornado like weather. Video of trailers being tossed hundreds of […]

Opening Day Blues

April 3, 2013

By Keysha Hogan Ok, so MLB Opening Day kinda sucked. But there’s no need for alarm since there’s another 161 games left in the season. But really, losing to the Astros, who scrape the bottom […]

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