Former DFW Baseball Star Enjoys New Role

May 23, 2013

By Mark Miller Bullpen catchers like Josh Frazier of the Texas Rangers are unsung people. While a good many fans may not even know about them, pitching coaches like Andy Hawkins appreciate them. “We’re always […]

Winning Continues Despite Injuries

May 20, 2013

By Mark Miller Despite injuries to two key players, the Texas Rangers still won five of their seven games last week. Though starting pitcher Alexi Ogando and second baseman/leadoff hitter Ian Kinsler were placed on […]


May 20, 2013

  Will Martin Less than 24 hours after the showdown that wasn’t on a warm and extremely humid North Texas evening over 42,000 fans were treated to what should have occurred when Yu Darvish and […]

Good Outweighs the Bad on the Road

May 14, 2013

By Mark Miller Despite a wide range of play and individual and team statistics, the Texas Rangers collectively fared better than worse in six road games last week. After losing in Chicago and Milwaukee, they […]

Ranger Bullpen Works Hard to Support Team

May 8, 2013

By Mark Miller They may be the most misunderstood players in all of baseball. Maybe it’s because some don’t play every day. Heck, some might not see action for days, a week or longer. In […]


May 6, 2013

By Will Martin It’s only May but whenever you have a match-up for two first place teams-one with the rich history of the Boston Red Sox ’tis a given that fan interest locally and nationally […]

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 […]

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