MLB announces pace of play initiatives for 2018 season

February 19, 2018

Major League Baseball today announced rule changes for the 2018 championship season designed to improve the pace of play. After receiving substantial input from the Major League Baseball Players Association and Club personnel, MLB’s Competition […]

Rangers lose series against Angels

September 7, 2015

By Alex Al-Kazzaz The Texas Rangers’ series against the Los Angeles Angels didn’t go the way we thought it did. In fact, it went the complete opposite way, and it finished with the Rangers only […]

Texas Rangers Chasing Astros

August 25, 2015

By Alex Al-Kazzaz The Rangers have wrapped up their series in Detroit against the Tigers. Winning eight of their last ten games, the Rangers are now 64-59, and just 3.5 games behind the Houston Astros for […]

The Colorado Rockies at the All-Star Break

July 15, 2015

By DaVince “Dino” Wright Sitting in the lower deck of Coors Fields watching the Rockies let another one slip away, I’m taken back to the fact that they have the fire power to compete but let […]

What a Surprise the Rangers Have Been this Season

June 18, 2015

By Jared Macduff Before the season started, the Texas Rangers lost Yu Darvish for the season to Tommy John surgery. They were predicted to win 75-78 games and finish last in the American League West. Everybody was […]

Rangers Finishing a Strong Month of May

May 29, 2015

By Stephen Elliott Doesn’t April seem like a whole season ago for your Texas Rangers? The Rangers are turning their 7-14 record in April to a winning month of May (16-11 record so far this month). So what are […]

Cardinals Ready to Return to World Series

January 29, 2014

By Steve Painter The St. Louis Cardinals are most certainly a dynasty, similar to the Braves historic run in the 90’s and early in the 2000’s. GM John Mozeliak has once again tweaked the roster […]

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