Cardinals Under FBI Investigation

June 18, 2015

By Michael Hanley The St. Louis Cardinals became the center of the baseball world’s focus for other something than their outstanding record on this season so far. The Cardinals organization is being investigated by the […]

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 […]

The Rangers Gear Up for Interleague Play

June 15, 2015

By Lew Patton The Texas Rangers were 3-3 this past week, but played some solid ball and have made improvements in many areas. Chi Chi Gonzalez has a 0.42 ERA (1 ER/21.2 IP) over his […]

Astros To Remove Tal’s Hill

June 8, 2015

By: Michael Hanley  The Houston Astros, to the delight of opposing center fielders, will remove Tal’s Hill before the 2016 season gets underway. This is a move that has been long called for by opposing […]

The New Look Padres Looking For Consistency

June 4, 2015

By Michael Hanley Amidst all the flurry of trades made by general manager A.J. Preller this past offseason, the Padres continue to search for better results. Though the season is not even halfway done, San […]

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 […]

Rangers leave Boston with series win

May 22, 2015

By Alex Al-Kazzaz The Texas Rangers wrapped up their series against the Boston Red Sox. This series turned out to be a very good series for the Rangers as they were successful in winning it. […]

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