Baseball owners are set to approve Nolan Ryan as the controlling owner of the Texas Rangers when they meet Thursday.
Think about it: it wouldn’t be Rangers spring training if there wasn’t some drama. While the news of Chuck Greenberg’s abrupt resignation is surprising, the fact that there was a rift between Greenberg and other members of the organization, quite frankly, isn’t.
The front office lineup of the Texas Rangers may be changing more than the on-the field personnel this season. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram is reporting Sports Attorney Chuck Greenberg could be resigning soon as the Rangers CEO.
Today was epic as Richie and Greggo interviewed both Mavs GM Donnie Nelson and Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg. Unfortunately, things couldn’t have gone much worse.
If Rangers fans have one wish this Christmas, many said it would be for their team to hold on to ace pitcher Cliff Lee.
The question “What will Cliff Lee do?” is on everyone’s minds. We all wish we could say we knew, and so do the Texas Rangers.
Texas Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg traveled to Arkansas on Thursday and presented Cliff Lee with an offer in an attempt to persuade the prized pitcher to remain with the team he helped reach the World Series.
When Chuck Greenberg became CEO and managing partner of the Texas Rangers, many North Texans asked the same question: What’s a Pittsburgh sports attorney doing running the team?
Chuck Greenberg, CEO and Managing Partner, Texas Rangers Baseball discsses the financial impact of the Rangers march toward the World Series.
Though they didn’t pop the champagne in Oakland until Sept. 25, the Rangers clinched the AL West on July 9. That day changed a season. Changed a franchise’s credibility. Changed October plans. That day, of […]
If you have Rangers fever and want to give your full attention to this afternoon’s playoff game, the team’s owner is offering you some help.
After winning the AL batting title and assisting the Rangers to their first playoff apperance in over a decade, should Nolan & Chuck cut to the chase and re-sign Josh Hamilton?