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After another rough outing this week, when it came down to it we had to flip the coin of destiny again to see who would be crowned this week’s Ranger of the Week.
One-third of the baseball season is in the books, and we can be very thankful that the Rangers got off to such a hot start, and that the Angels struggled at first.
The energy and determination to win officially gets kicked up another notch with only four teams left in both the East and the West.
Yu Darvish’s much anticipated debut got off to a rocky start in the Rangers’ 11-5 victory over the Seattle Mariners. It took Darvish 42 pitches to get out of the first inning but then his resilience took over.
It’s no secret that Jason Terry is not happy with how thing are going in the Mavs organization – he’s been very vocal about it.
It’s always uncomfortable — if not downright ignorant — to agree with blowhard Stephen A. Smith. But I’m with him on this: What the Clippers’ Blake Griffin performed Monday night was: Epic. Jaw-dropping. Unprecedented. But, um, sorry, it wasn’t a dunk.
The gamble on Yu Darvish has paid off for the Texas Rangers.
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With the swing of a wrecking ball, the majority of the student section of TCU’s Amon G. Carter Stadium came crashing to the ground Monday morning.
Bruce Greene tries to tell a story with every piece of his artwork. “I think the first thing I started drawing was horses,” says Greene “It’s just a passion of mine.”
TCU Senior Ross Evans is known for having a powerful leg as the starting kicker for the defending Rose Bowl champion Horned Frogs football team. But his leg may have gotten him in trouble after he kicked in a door to a Denton apartment.
It’s a cold Thursday night in Chicago. C.J. Wilson is standing at the bank of elevators on the second floor of the Hyatt Regency off Michigan Avenue. None of the people from the large crowd passing by notice they’re walking with an All-Star pitcher who is one month removed from an American League championship, and he is okay with that.