Around The Ballpark
One week into June, the Rangers have lost seven of their last ten, they have a losing record over the past 38 days, and the question is — what needs to be done?
Left-handed starting pitcher Derek Holland is going on the shelf. The Texas Rangers announced Thursday that Holland went on the 15-day disabled list with left shoulder fatigue.
When you celebrate a wedding anniversary with the spouse, flowers, a nice dinner or a present are good ideas. But when you are the 2-time defending American League Champion Texas Rangers celebrating 40 years in Arlington, you go all out.
The chance to combine sunshine and baseball always makes for a good day. That’s one of the highlights to CBS 11′s Weather Day at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
The Texas Rangers have all kinds of good numbers; Two ALCS championships, a 23-14 record and a nine straight home game sellout setting a franchise record. But there are other people cashing in on the team’s success. The City of Arlington is setting a financial record.
Josh Hamilton’s bat has been the gift that keeps on giving this season, in more ways than one.
There are Rangers Fans. And, there are Super Rangers Fans. Then, there’s an 89-year-old woman from Greenville in a class by herself.
Shirley Kost has three great loves in her life. Her husband Cal, the Texas Rangers, and baking cookies.
Take one look at a Major League Baseball schedule and it is easy to see why baseball is a marathon and not a sprint. Teams play 162 games over 6 months.
Yu Darvish’s amazing numbers earned him the AL Rookie of the Month nod for April, but another freshman member of the Rangers pitching staff deserves and equal amount of praise – reliever Robbie Ross.
It’s the Texas Rangers’ 40th anniversary, and fans have the chance to vote for the top players in the club history to form the Texas Rangers All-Time Team.
Early Monday afternoon, fans leaned against counters outside of Rangers Ballpark in Arlington talking to ticket sellers through the thick glass. Almost every window in the long line of ticket vendors had someone waiting to spend money for a ballgame. This is a regular-season buzz unlike anything Texas Rangers management has seen before.