Another week atop the league

September 13, 2012

By Mark Miller Thanks to the overall hitting of Adrian Beltre, Josh Hamilton and Michael Young, the timely bat of  Jurickson Profar, and excellent starting pitching by Yu Darvish and Ryan Dempster, the Texas Rangers […]

Out In Left Field: September 5th 2012

September 5, 2012

By Mark Miller   Let’s get this straight. After losing their first three games to the New York Yankees in mid-August, the Texas Rangers won their next five series and posted an 11-4 record yet […]

Out In Left Field: August 30th 2012

August 30, 2012

By Mark Miller Now that’s more like it. After a long streak of inconsistency, the Texas Rangers’ offense finally put together a string of big performances last week, which helped them win five of seven […]

Out of Left Field: August 22nd 2012

August 22, 2012

By Mark Miller If the Texas Rangers could keep hitting like they did in their series finales and pitch like they did most of last week, they’d have little to worry about the rest of […]

Rangers Report: August 9th 2012

August 9, 2012

By Mark Miller –   In a season that lasts more than six months, it’s hard for one game to make a huge difference but if the Texas Rangers win the American League West […]

Rangers Report

August 1, 2012

Even with an offense having troubles at crucial times, the Texas Rangers still split six games last week to extend their American West division lead thanks primarily to starting pitcher Scott Feldman. The 6-foot-7 right-hander […]

Rangers Report

July 26, 2012

When the home crowd last saw the Texas Rangers, it was before the All-Star break and a key trip to the West Coast. They led the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim by four games. Even […]

Ranger Report

July 18, 2012

Whatever bad memories the Texas Rangers had of the July 10 All-Star Game in Kansas City reversed themselves soon after returning to regular-season action. The team opened the second half of 2012 by doing what […]

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