CBS Local Sports breaks down the top players in the outfield for your fantasy baseball draft.
When Rangers manager Ron Washington fills out his lineup card, he will likely write down the names of players from seven different countries, plus Puerto Rico.
Ron Washington says he never deliberately looks at the league scoreboard in left field — but tonight, he couldn’t help but notice. There was finally good news.
Ben and Skin have on Rangers outfielder Alex Rios to talk about his cycle on Monday night, and he also gets a listen to the Ben and Skin show song, The Rangers Won’t Die.
Since the start of 2010, five AL hitters have hit for the cycle – three of whom are Rangers. Watch each of them here, including Bengie Molina’s heroic effort in 2010.
Rios became just the seventh player in Rangers’ history to hit for the cycle, Derek Holland threw a complete game shutout, and the Rangers rolled the Astros 12-0.
Neftali Feliz walked Alcides Escobar on four pitches with the bases loaded and two outs in the eighth inning Friday night, giving the Kansas City Royals a 2-1 victory over the Texas Rangers in the opener of an important three-game series.
Skin brings to the table the deleted Dez Bryant tweets regarding the current Oklahoma State University scandal, and the segment ends with a crazy Rangers freestyle from Ben and KT.
The Rangers needed a reason to feel good about themselves before starting a pivotal six-game homestand that includes a key series against the AL West rival Athletics.
Ben dives deep into three super controversies involving the heat, Alex Rios and his avocado smoothie tweets, and Joseph Randle changing his jersey number.
A.J. Pierzynski hit a three-run homer, Mitch Moreland had a solo shot, and the Rangers beat the Mariners 8-3 on Monday night for their sixth win in eight games.
One of the newest Texas Rangers, outfielder Alex Rios chats with Ben and Skin about his impression of the clubhouse, who he’s impressed with the most, some of his music tastes, and he also gives advice to Ben’s daughter who pulled the fire alarm at a Home Depot.