The Texas Rangers’ 6-2 win over a Chicago Cubs’ split squad on Tuesday was notable for pitchers leaving the game early.
Chris Volstad allowed his only earned run in 10 spring training innings during Chicago’s 3-2 victory over the Rangers in a game on Sunday.
Derek Holland allowed one hit in four scoreless innings, and the Texas Rangers beat the Chicago Cubs 12-7 Saturday in a split-squad game at Cashman Field.
Cubs starting pitcher Matt Garza, who has been on the trading block throughout the offseason, is being discussed in a possible trade with the Rangers.
Texas Rangers pitching coach Mike Maddux has interviewed for the open manager’s job with the Chicago Cubs.
Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said Thursday the Cubs and Red Sox both requested to interview Maddux, who has been in Texas for three seasons.
As hordes of other St. Louis Cardinals fans turned out Sunday to swaddle themselves in their team’s improbable World Series title, Dave Huyette was counting his blessings rather than the riches he might have received had greed overtaken sportsmanship.
At the Garza Building in downtown Cleburne, bricks protrude out toward the street and the side of the three-story structure appears to be leaning. Thousands of bats have moved into the walls, and the potential for structural damage is rising.
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Chicago’s Carlos Zambrano pitched three scoreless innings in his second spring start, and a split squad of Texas Rangers rallied to beat the Cubs.
Looking at the business aspect of Mark Cuban’s attempt to buy the Texas Rangers reveals an ignored parallel to another baseball icon.