Brandon Webb, who won the NL Cy Young Award in 2006 and was one of the top pitchers in baseball before being beset by arm injuries, said that he is retiring.
Brandon Webb likely will not pitch for the Texas Rangers this season after experiencing more pain in his surgically repaired right rotator cuff.
After giving up 38 hits in two nights, Rangers manager Ron Washington could only shake his head at the offensive onslaught of the Detroit Tigers. “It seemed like everything they touched fell in,” he said.
American League MVP Josh Hamilton is set to start taking batting practice Friday, a month and a day after getting hurt.
Mike Napoli, Ian Kinsler and David Murphy were among five Rangers with homers and Texas beat the Kansas City Royals 11-6 on a windy Friday night.
It’s finally official: Arlington, Texas – The Texas Rangers announced several roster moves today in finalizing the club’s 2011 Opening Day 25-man roster. The Rangers have made the following moves: Purchased the contract of right-handed […]
Rangers right-hander Brandon Webb has been scratched from a scheduled bullpen session because he was unable to get loosened up to pitch.
Brandon Webb threw to hitters for the first time this spring training, throwing 62 pitches during batting practice for the Rangers.
Webb hasn’t pitched in a major league game since shoulder surgery that followed the 2009 opener for Arizona.
Brandon Webb is making progress for the Texas Rangers. Manager Ron Washington says Webb threw 60-65 pitches off flat ground during a 17-minute session Thursday.
Brandon Webb has to wait longer to get back on the mound. The Rangers want to be cautious with the Cy Young Award winner.
Brandon Webb says his No. 1 goal is to open the season in the Texas Rangers’ starting rotation.