Robin Williams: Frowns Within The Smyly!

August 18, 2014

By Will Martin Things tend to happen in threes for better or worse. In a season where the Texas Rangers are playing out the string for purpose of providing hope-any kind of hope. This night […]

Texas Rangers: When Worst Tames Best

July 28, 2014

By Will Martin It was about one month ago I was in Houston for the weekend getting a baseball fix of the Houston variety with the Detroit Tigers in town. The very week that Detroit […]

The Practical Prince

December 4, 2013

By Martin Iheke Born of a rare type of baseball blood, Prince Fielder’s arrival in Arlington was anything but expected. He’s talented, temperamental, and at times brilliant. Let’s hope he speaks softly and carries a […]

A Good Year Despite Inconsistencies

October 3, 2013

By Mark Miller It was a subdued scene Monday night inside the Texas Rangers’ clubhouse at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. Grown men were showing the emotions of the end of a long season. There were […]

Finally Back Where They Belong

August 13, 2013

By Mark Miller Anyone who two weeks ago thought the Texas Rangers would be back atop the American League West division by this week is either lying or on drugs. But in what is becoming […]

Ugly Weekend Starts Season’s Second Half

July 22, 2013

By Mark Miller From the manager to the coaches to the players, the Texas Rangers knew they didn’t come out of the All-Star break the way they wanted. Errors and indecisiveness in the field and […]

What a Difference a Week Makes

June 27, 2013

By Mark Miller Whatever Ron Washington said to his Texas Rangers after last Sunday’s game obviously worked as the team had a complete turnaround last week. Not only did the Rangers erase the memory of […]