1. Texas Rangers: 7 Questions Entering MLB Opening Day

    No matter the amount of off-season planning or on-field training performed in March, there are always lingering questions that will only be answered as the season unfolds...

    Scott Gyurina Written by Scott Gyurina about over 3 years ago 456 reads 2 comments

  2. Texas Rangers' Remaining Roster Spot Battles: Who's In and Who's Out?

    At this late date in spring training, the majority of teams across Major League Baseball have made most of their critical personnel decisions regarding who will be coming north with them once camps break and the regular season commences...

    Scott Gyurina Written by Scott Gyurina about almost 4 years ago 749 reads 3 comments

  3. Michael Young: Top 5 Reasons He'll Be a Distraction If Not Traded By Opening Day

    In a strange twist of fate in Texas Rangerville, outspoken franchise CEO Chuck Greenberg is on his way out of town, and disgruntled star Michael Young—he of the trade demands ...

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  4. Texas Rangers Preview: Projecting the 5 Most Improved Rangers in 2011

    Blessed with a solid core of dynamic hitters, talented pitchers and skilled defenders, the Texas Rangers possess an exciting, well-rounded team that will endeavor to defend their 2010 American League Championship...

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  5. Manchester United: Mexico's Chicharito Takes English Premier League by Storm

    It's often expected that foreign players coming into the Premier League experience an adjustment period necessary for them to acclimatize to the physical nature of the English game...

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  6. MLB Spring Training 2011: Analyzing What We've Learned About the Texas Rangers

    Following the most successful season in franchise history, the Texas Rangers have had an eventful off-season as they prepare to defend their 2010 American League Championship...

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  7. MLB Trade Rumors: 10 Reasons the Rangers Will Regret Alienating Michael Young

    A week ago, Michael Young was demanding to be traded by the Texas Rangers, the only team he has ever played for at the Major League level...

    Scott Gyurina Written by Scott Gyurina about almost 4 years ago 2,349 reads 25 comments

  8. Ronaldo: Brazilian Striker Calls an End To a Legendary Footballing Career

    Although it may seem as if this day has been coming for years, today world football will say goodbye to one of its greatest stars...

    Scott Gyurina Written by Scott Gyurina about almost 4 years ago 2,191 reads 13 comments

  9. MLB Spring Training On Valentine's Day: Baseball, I Love You...Will You Be Mine?

    It's often said that love is fleeting, a feeling or state of being that is difficult to maintain, always slipping through our fingers just when we think we have a firm grasp on it...

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  10. Texas Rangers: Michael Young Situation Turns Ugly as New Details Emerge

    Michael Young, Texas Rangers ' second baseman, shortstop, third baseman, first baseman, I mean designated hitter, has finally had enough...

    Scott Gyurina Written by Scott Gyurina about almost 4 years ago 2,321 reads 31 comments

  11. Texas Rangers: Breaking Down a Busy Offseason for the American League Champions

    On the heels of the most successful season in Texas Rangers franchise history, excitement amongst baseball fans in Arlington has reached a fever pitch...

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  12. Texas Rangers: Renewed Rivalry with New York Yankees Spills into Front Offices

    During the late 1990s, the Texas Rangers had no greater nemesis than the New York Yankees . Despite winning three division titles in four years during 1996, 1998 and 1999, ...

    Scott Gyurina Written by Scott Gyurina about almost 4 years ago 884 reads 8 comments

  13. MLB Power Rankings: Indentifying the Top 15 Relief Pitchers in the AL West

    Relief pitching, over the years often relegated to the shadows and considered the place where failed starters go to resurrect their hopes of pitching professionally, has experienced a resurgence as of late...

    Scott Gyurina Written by Scott Gyurina about almost 4 years ago 1,048 reads 1 comments

  14. Yankees Lose Out On Cliff Lee Deal: Blessing In Disguise For The Bronx Bombers?

    In the middle of the night, while many East Coast baseball fans were sleeping, possibly dreaming of the glorious news that the Yankees had finalized a deal to bring Cliff Lee ...

    Scott Gyurina Written by Scott Gyurina about 4 years ago 1,096 reads 12 comments

  15. Power Ranking The 20 Biggest Questions Facing The AL West This Offseason

    After several years of toiling in the shadows of their eastern division counterparts, the AL West finally can boast an American League Champion, as the Texas Rangers became the first team from the division to reach the Fall Classic since the 2002 Angels..

    Scott Gyurina Written by Scott Gyurina about 4 years ago 337 reads 7 comments

  16. AL MVP: Josh Hamilton of Texas Rangers Beats Miguel Cabrera for the Award

    Josh Hamilton's story has been told and retold numerous times over the last few years. The Texas Rangers star outfielder has endured countless peaks and valleys in his well-chronicled ...

    Scott Gyurina Written by Scott Gyurina about 4 years ago 345 reads 1 comments

  17. AL Rookie Of The Year: Texas Rangers' Neftali Feliz Tops Freshman Class

    Following a few years of an unstable closing situation at the back-end of their bullpen, the Texas Rangers finally found a rock to lean on in flame-throwing rookie, Neftali Feliz...

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  18. 2010 AL MVP Prediction: Josh Hamilton Leading a Tight Race for the Honor

    The debate over the true nature of the Most Valuable Player rages every year. What precisely constitutes most valuable? Is it the player with the best statistics at year's end? Should ...

    Scott Gyurina Written by Scott Gyurina about 4 years ago 3,286 reads 21 comments

  19. Tim Lincecum and The 10 Greatest World Series Clinching Pitching Gems

    In his young career, Tim Lincecum of the San Francisco Giants has accomplished some pretty special things on a pitching mound...

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  20. World Series Game 5: Texas Rangers Report Card Vs. San Francisco Giants

    Apparently, the age-old axiom "quality pitching beats good hitting," so often quoted in regards to postseason baseball, is true after all...

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  21. World Series Game 4: Texas Rangers Report Card vs. San Francisco Giants

    After being shut out by the San Francisco Giants in World Series Game 4 on Halloween night, the Texas Rangers now stand perched upon the precipice of defeat as they trail the best-of-seven series three games to one...

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  22. World Series Game 3: Texas Rangers Report Card vs. San Francisco Giants

    Well, now it's a series. Returning home to Arlington served to be precisely the remedy to cure the Texas Rangers' woes on the road through the first two games of the World Series...

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  23. World Series Game 3 Preview: Texas Rangers Return Home Seeking a Lifeline

    After enduring demoralizing defeats at the hands of the San Francisco Giants on consecutive nights at AT&T Park, the Texas Rangers finally get to make their way home...

    Scott Gyurina Written by Scott Gyurina about 4 years ago 966 reads 1 comments

  24. World Series Game 2: Texas Rangers Report Card vs. San Francisco Giants

    Apparently the pitchers duel that everyone was expecting to occur Wednesday night caught a late flight to San Francisco and arrived Thursday evening...

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  25. World Series Game 1: Texas Rangers' Report Card Vs. the San Francisco Giants

    Well, Game 1 of the 2010 World Series between the Texas Rangers and San Francisco Giants didn't unfold quite the way the boys from Arlington expected...

    Scott Gyurina Written by Scott Gyurina about 4 years ago 702 reads 1 comments