The Texas Rangers are bringing baseball back to San Antonio. Organizing officials said Friday the AL West rivals will play exhibition games at the Alamodome on March 28-29.
In order to get you ready for the Rangers free agency outlook, here’s a look at some of the guys the Rangers will likely be in the market for.
The Texas Rangers and left-hander Martin Perez have agreed to a $12.5 million, four-year contract that includes three club options through 2020.
Texas starter Yu Darvish may not win the AL Cy Young, but the Rangers’ ace is already among elite company in club history.
The Texas Rangers have re-signed catcher Geovany Soto to a one-year deal, the team announced on Tuesday.
The Rangers have made a $14.1 million qualifying contract offer for next season to Nelson Cruz, the All-Star slugger who served a 50-game suspension this year.
The Texas Rangers have declined their $12 million contract option for Lance Berkman, making the 37-year-old switch-hitter a free agent.
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.