The Texas Rangers are bringing baseball back to San Antonio. Organizing officials said Friday the AL West rivals will play exhibition games at the Alamodome on March 28-29.
The Astrodome was a technological marvel when it opened in 1965. It was the first domed and air-conditioned stadium and became Houston’s defining landmark.
When voters in Houston head to the polls Tuesday, they could be deciding whether shuttered Astrodome is saved or razed.
Close your eyes and take your mind to a world where the Astros don’t exist. Baseball fans across the country may not notice, but the Rangers definitely would.
A woman in Houston commits the ultimate crime at a baseball game by stealing a ball from a small child. Watch it here.
Leonys Martin hit a bases-clearing double with two outs to spark a five-run inning, propelling Texas to a 7-3 win over Houston in Arlington on Wednesday night.
Fans and followers in Arlington act as if the Texas Rangers are dead; manager Ron Washington has taken notice.
Adrian Beltre’s solo shot in the sixth inning put the Rangers ahead to stay in a 3-2 victory over the Astros on Tuesday night, and kept Texas close in the AL wild card race.
Rios became just the seventh player in Rangers’ history to hit for the cycle, Derek Holland threw a complete game shutout, and the Rangers rolled the Astros 12-0.
The heated in-state battle for the Silver Boot has been anything but over the last several years. The hallowed trophy has been claimed by the Rangers every season since 2007.
Elvis Andrus hit a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth inning to score pinch runner Adam Rosales and give the Rangers their 40th comeback win of the season, 5-4 over the Astros.
Beltre doubled and scored in the second inning, and then hit a two-run homer in the sixth to power AL West-leading Texas to a 4-2 victory over the Houston Astros on Tuesday night.