Rangers Complete Deal With RHP Tyson RossUnable to acquire Tyson Ross through a trade in the past, the Rangers made the right-hander a priority when he became a free agent this offseason. Ross and the Rangers on Thursday finalized a one-year deal that is worth up to $9 million.
Bonds & Clemens Making Slow Gains In HOF VotingHall of Fame voters are still sharply divided on Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens. The electorate is changing, however, and that could be good news for both of the former MLB stars.
Former Rangers GM Dan O'Brien Sr. Dies At 87The Rangers were one of four major league teams with whom O'Brien held front-office jobs over 45 years in professional baseball. O'Brien was the Rangers' second general manager, from 1973 to 1978.
'Chasing Dreams' Exhibit Shares Immigrants' Experience In MLBA traveling exhibit about how Jews and other minorities overcame prejudice to succeed in baseball is on display in Fort Worth through March 5.
'Chasing Dreams' Baseball Exhibit Opens In Fort WorthThe exhibit, Chasing Dreams, which made its Texas debut Monday at Congregation Ahavath Sholom, features historic photos and films that recreate the Jewish story of our national pastime.
Manny Ramirez Trying Baseball Comeback In JapanManny Ramirez has agreed to terms with the Kochi Fighting Dogs of Japan's independent Shikoku Island League. The former MLB player is on the Hall of Fame ballot for the first time this year.
Dallas Firm HKS Picked To Design New Stadium For Texas RangersTeam officials on Thursday announced the selection of Dallas-based HKS, which also was the architect for Globe Life Park. The current venue opened in 1994.
Rangers Claim LHP Rollins Off Waivers From PhillyThe Texas Rangers have claimed left handed pitcher David Rollins off waivers from the Philadelphia Phillies the club announced Wednesday.
MLB Owners Ratify Labor Deal In 29-1 VoteA person with knowledge of the meeting said that baseball owners ratified the sport's new collective bargaining agreement by a 29-1 vote on Tuesday. Rays managing general partner Stuart Sternberg was the lone dissenting vote.
Baseball Players Criticize New Hazing RestrictionsAngels closer Huston Street, like many players expressing their views Tuesday, disagreed with MLB's ban on the hazing ritual of dressing up rookies in costumes that could be considered offensive, including women's outfits.
Rangers Make It Official, Re-sign Gomez On Deal Reached At Winter MeetingsThe Texas Rangers have re-signed free agent outfielder Carlos Gomez, finishing the one-year, $11.5 million agreement reached during winter meetings.
MLB Rookie Hazing Rules Ban Dressing As WomenThat baseball hazing ritual of dressing up rookies as Wonder Woman, Hooters Girls and Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders is now banned.

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