Seeking his third straight award, veteran third baseman Adrian Beltre was beat out by 21-year-old Manny Machado of the Baltimore Orioles.
Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig said Ray Davis will succeed Nolan Ryan as the controlling owner of the Texas Rangers. Davis made a fortune in the energy business.
Ten Major League Baseball teams are valued at over $1 billion, according to Bloomberg. And for the first time ever, the Texas Rangers are among them.
Bogar replaces Jackie Moore, who was fired along with first base coach Dave Anderson after the Rangers missed the playoffs for the first time in four seasons.
Shame on JD and Nolan. Shame on them for letting petty differences ruin what was the best run organization in MLB. And shame on the owners for not owning their team.
Daniels has won the fight and has complete control. Whatever happens in the next few years, he deserves all the credit or all the blame.
Nolan is a great businessman and the use of his name alone gave the Rangers credibility. Now, the Rangers have some credibility to rely on, but will do this without Nolan.
Texas Rangers CEO Nolan Ryan will retire effective October 31, the team announced on Thursday.
The Texas pitcher presented the check Wednesday to Rachel Robinson, the widow of Jackie Robinson and founder of the foundation, during her visit to Tokyo.
Cabrera didn’t pitch last season because of an injured left shoulder, and had surgery July 10. He was on the Rockies’ 60-day disabled list, and was transferred to the Rangers’ 60-day DL.
Reliever Jason Frasor has agreed to a $1.75 million, one-year deal to remain with the Texas Rangers rather than become a free agent.
Whether it was just verbal or physical, the most important takes from this is, Nolan and JD can’t stand each other and Daniels can do whatever he wants.
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in MLB. Here’s your recap for the week ending September 30, 2013.