1. Texas Rangers Lose World Series To the Giants, but Claw and Antlers Will Return

    I really don't know where to begin on this one, perhaps because I haven't fully come to grips with the emotions yet...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about over 3 years ago 921 reads 2 comments

  2. Bronx Bombed: Texas Rangers Take Control of ALCS, Lead Series 3-1

    Do I really need to say anything or can I just SMILE! I'll touch on a couple things: Yankee “Home Runs” In the second inning—easy one first—Berkman’s was not a home run, no doubt about that...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about almost 4 years ago 206 reads 1 comments

  3. Michael Young, AL Player Of The Week

    Even though it was not a successful week for the Texas Rangers, who went 3-4 on the week, it was a career week for third baseman Michael Young. For the second time in his career Young won the AL Player of the Week award...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about almost 5 years ago 273 reads 1 comments

  4. Texas Rangers to Promote Chris Davis, Start Tomorrow in New York

    Multiple reports have been coming out all day that the Texas Rangers are going to promote Triple-A first baseman Chris Davis...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about almost 5 years ago 603 reads 4 comments

  5. Josh Hamilton's Recent Hot Streak Could Spark Texas Rangers' Offense

    In last week’s edition of Sports Illustrated, Josh Hamilton was on the colder side of a section labeled “Who’s Hot, Who’s Not...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about almost 5 years ago 140 reads 1 comments

  6. Texas Rangers' Week 19 Review: Taking Control of Wild Card

    This week for the Rangers started off with a much needed day off from playing. Though the Rangers struggled in Oakland, last week, they kept themselves in the hunt for both the AL West title and the Wild Card spot by winning the series in Anaheim...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about almost 5 years ago 75 reads 0 comments

  7. Texas Rangers' Week 18 Review: Wild Week Heats Up Wild Card Race

    The Rangers came into this past week beginning a long, 10 game road trip that lead the Rangers to Oakland and Anaheim for seven of the games...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about almost 5 years ago 137 reads 0 comments

  8. Vicente Padilla: So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodnight

    The only difference between this departure and that of the Von Trapp children is that we the Texas Ranger fans are saying "Adieu, adieu, to you (Vicente)." The facts are that the Texas Rangers organization has designated Vicente Padilla for assignment...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about almost 5 years ago 927 reads 7 comments

  9. Neftali Feliz Torches in His Major League Debut

    The Texas Rangers' arguable No. 1 prospect got the call to "The Show" on Sunday. He was in uniform but not activated for Sunday night's win over Seattle...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about almost 5 years ago 470 reads 15 comments

  10. Texas Rangers' Week 17 Review: Pitching and Long Ball Lead to 5-2 Week

    With another winning July (17-8) and a couple of days into August, the 2009 Texas Rangers find themselves right in the thick of a race for both the AL West Championship and the AL Wild Card...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about almost 5 years ago 69 reads 0 comments

  11. Texas Rangers Post-Trade Deadline Outlook: A Run at October

    It's over, another hectic week of the trade deadline. Some teams made major moves, some minors, and yet many made noise but in the end have the same time they had a week ago...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about almost 5 years ago 166 reads 10 comments

  12. Texas Rangers' Week 16 Review: Winning Not Enough

    This was supposed to be a week of excitement–Texas won five of the six games this week. That includes a three-game sweep of the mighty Boston Red Sox and then a series win in Kansas City...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about almost 5 years ago 100 reads 2 comments

  13. Texas Rangers Keep Winning Despite Injuries and Illnesses

    Let's start this off with a bad-good-bad news sandwich. Bad News: Vicente Padilla was scratched from Wednesday start due to the flu and Matt Harrison is likely lost for the rest of the season with Thoracic Outlet Syndrome...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about almost 6 years ago 164 reads 1 comments

  14. Texas Rangers' Rookie Tommy Hunter Strengthens Rotation

    Many fans went into last nights second game of a three game series hosting the Boston Red Sox worried that this would be the game Texas would likely drop...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about 5 years ago 618 reads 4 comments

  15. Texas Rangers' Week 15 Review: Let's Take a Break

    The honeymoon is over, literally and figuratively. Literally my honeymoon is over and now begins married life, thanks to all for helping out with the Rangers and be patience while I took a week off...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about 5 years ago 57 reads 1 comments

  16. Andruw Jones Powers Rangers Back into First

    In the last two games the Rangers offense has posted eight runs in both games against the Angels. The offensive outburst has put the team back into first place with four games remaining before the All Star break...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about 5 years ago 94 reads 1 comments

  17. Welcome Back, Josh Hamilton

    Guess who’s back, back again, Hambone’s back, tell a friend. Sorry, I started singing that Monday night when Josh returned to the lineup, so I had to use it. Now with that fun out of the way, let the real fun begin...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about 5 years ago 112 reads 5 comments

  18. Texas Rangers' Week Thirteen Review: Texas Heat Smolders Halos and Rays

    The Texas Rangers came into the series hosting the Angels at the end of a terrible June. For the month, Texas had a losing record, the worst hitting, and worst on-base percentage. And worst of all they had lost their lead over the Angels...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about 5 years ago 78 reads 4 comments

  19. Hamilton Returns, Davis Demoted

    According to multiple sources, the Texas Rangers will be activating Josh Hamilton from the disabled list today. Hamilton has been traveling with Triple-A Oklahoma City the past few days as he ...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about 5 years ago 283 reads 7 comments

  20. Rangers Look To Shake Their June Bug

    First off, I can give you stats saying that this was not that bad of a month, show you that the Rangers are only a half game out of first place, or convince you that you need not worry the bats will return...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about 5 years ago 54 reads 3 comments

  21. Texas Rangers' Week 12 Review: West Lead Gone, But Not Lost

    OK, first things first. Yes the AL West lead is gone as the Angels have finally overtaken the Rangers. Being one and a half games behind the Halos is the first time the Rangers have been out of the lead since May 5...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about 5 years ago 50 reads 2 comments

  22. Rangers' Bullpen Could Soon Add El Duque and Feliz

    On Wednesday the Texas Rangers’ front office made two separate moves in attempts to build up the team’s bullpen. Earlier in the month the Rangers signed former Major Leaguer Orlando “El Duque” Hernandez to a minor league contract.

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about 5 years ago 49 reads 2 comments

  23. Texas Rangers' Week Eleven Review: Offense Slumping, West Lead Shrinking

    After their difficult two week stretch in which the Rangers played four potential playoff teams, it looked as though the team would get a little bit of a break against two middle of the road teams in Houston and San Francisco...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about 5 years ago 84 reads 5 comments

  24. Texas Rangers' Week Ten Review: Power Outage Leads To 2-4 Week

    The Rangers went 3-3 on their roadtrip to the Northeast, the team came home hoping to continue that success against two more teams with legit chances at making the playoffs this season, the Toronto Blue Jays and the NL leading Los Angeles Dodgers...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about 5 years ago 26 reads 0 comments

  25. Rangers Look To Shore-Up the Pitching Staff By Signing "El Duque"

    Many sources are confirming that the Texas Rangers have signed Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez to a minor league contract. El Duque has been out of baseball since he pitched in 2007 for the New York Mets...

    Matthew Irby Written by Matthew Irby about 5 years ago 205 reads 0 comments