1. Texas Rangers Draft: Day One Review

    In the past few years, the Texas Rangers organization has had either multiple first round selections or four to five selections in the first few rounds. This is directly related to the organization’s farm system gaining the No...

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  2. Texas Rangers Have A Rough Monday

    Sounds like someone has a case of the Mundays, but in this case the Rangers organization had a legit gripe. First the news came Monday morning that Josh Hamilton would have surgery this Tuesday morning to repair his abdominal tear...

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  3. Texas Rangers' Week Nine Review: 3-3 Northeast Road Trip

    Still with a 4.5 game lead in the AL West on the Angels, the Rangers went into week nine of the season with a trip to the Northeast to square off with the Yankees and Red Sox...

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  4. Texas Rangers Should Send Vicente Padilla Packing

    As multiple sources have reported throughout the day, the Texas Rangers have placed pitcher Vicente Padilla on outright waivers...

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  5. Texas Rangers' Week Eight Review: Winning Homestand Leads to 20-Win May

    After the first month of the season the Rangers were 10-11 sitting 3.5 games behind the Seattle Mariners and one game ahead of the injury riddled Angels...

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  6. Texas Rangers 2009 Version; Winning The Right Way

    I know this is tough to talk about coming off a disappointing series loss to the Yankees. And I'm not going to talk about the little victories we need to take out of the series...

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  7. Texas Rangers' Week Seven Review: Sweeps Week

    After week six of the season, the Texas Rangers were finally getting some respect and finally getting national media attention, as the team was sitting in first place in the AL West...

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  8. Texas Rangers Week Six Review: The Rangers are for Real

    The Rangers went into last week with the lead in the AL West for the first time since the opening weekend. Holding a narrow half game lead on the healthier by the day Angels and the ...

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  9. Rangers "Walk-Off" With a Sweep Of The Mariners

    Coming off the excitement from the night before when the Rangers defeated the Mariners in walk-off fashion...

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  10. Rangers Walk-Off In 11th With Hank Blalock Two-Run Double

    Leading the AL West over the Angels by 1.5 games and still unbeaten against the Mariners this year, the Rangers went into last night's game looking to continue their winning ways...

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  11. Rangers-Mariners: Texas Cruises with Hamilton and Young's Return

    This is a big week for the Rangers, make no mistake about that. Texas comes into the week leading the AL West, but the Angels are only a half-game back and the Mariners 1.5 games back...

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  12. Texas Rangers Week Five Review: Pitching Dominance Leads to Success

    After finishing the month of April one game under .500, the Texas Rangers pulled their record back to even just in time for a road trip that included divisional rivals Seattle and Oakland...

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  13. Elvis Andrus Leads Rangers to Top of the AL West

    Last Friday, the Texas Rangers lost the first game of a three games series at home against the Chicago White Sox. Since then, the Rangers have won a game with three rain delays, an epic, nationally ...

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  14. Texas-Seattle: Rangers Pitching Sweep M's on the Road

    In the first game of the Rangers-Mariners series, Texas and Seattle sent their aces to the mound, and the Ranger’s Kevin Millwood out dueled King Felix...

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  15. Rangers-Mariners: Millwood Outduels King Felix

    In his first five starts of the season Ranger ace Kevin Millwood has gone at least seven innings and thrown 111 pitches in all starts...

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  16. Texas Rangers Week Four Review: Rangers Win at Home in the Rain

    Coming off a 4-3 week three on the road, the Texas Rangers looked to continue the winning ways in a home stand against division opponent Oakland and the defending AL Central champ Chicago White Sox...

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  17. Rangers Place Josh Hamilton on 15-Day DL

    The Texas Rangers organization placed Josh Hamilton on the 15-day DL and were able to retro-act the move to April 25. This means that he will be able to rejoin the team on May 12. Hamilton went on the DL with a strained rib cage to his left side...

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  18. Texas Rangers Week Three Review: Winning Road Trip

    The Texas Rangers were coming off a very disappointing second week to the season, poor starting pitcher performances, inconsistent bullpen, and lack of timely hitting. The Rangers lost both series and went 2-4 for the home stand and the week...

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  19. What a Day For Texas Rangers Pitcher, Darren O'Day

    Last season 25-year-old Darren O’Day was a big piece of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim’s bullpen that made the playoffs by winning the AL West. In his rookie season he pitched in 30 games, recorded 43...

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  20. Derek Holland Debuts With Texas Rangers

    The Texas Rangers have made it very clear that the solution to their ongoing pitching problems rests on the arms of their two prized pitching prospects...

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  21. Rangers-Blue Jays: Texas' Power Bats Deal Roy Halladay First Loss of Season

    After a disappointing 2-4 home stand, the Rangers went on the road looking to right the ship. With three games in Toronto and four in Baltimore, Texas needed to get the offense back into the rhythm that was showcased during opening week...

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  22. Rangers Week Two Review: Return Home Flops

    After a 3-0 start at home and a 3-3 start to the season, the Rangers couldn’t stop the bleeding right away, going 2-4 in the second week of play...

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  23. Ranger Ian Kinsler's Six-Hit Cycle Emulates the Great Jackie Robinson

    On the 62nd anniversary of Brooklyn Dodgers second baseman Jackie Robinson’s Major League debut, Rangers second Ian Kinsler had a night to remember...

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  24. Rangers Blast Orioles, 19-6; Kinsler Hits Historic Six-Hit Cycle

    After starting the season so well, the Texas Rangers dropped the next five games. After the latest loss on Tuesday night, the team had their first post-game meeting of the season...

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  25. Texas Rangers 3-5 Start, Relief Pitching To Blame

    I know that it is early in the season and that eight games it not enough of a sample to trend what a team and for that matter a player is going to do in the 2009 MLB season...

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