Ichiro Becomes Oldest Starting CF At 43Marlins manager Don Mattingly made out the team's lineup unaware that he was making Ichiro Suzuki the oldest player to start a game at center field since at least 1900.
Ichiro Passes Rose with 4,257 Hits In Japan, Big LeaguesIchiro Suzuki pulled a single into right field for his 4,257 career hit career hit in the Japanese and North American major leagues, passing Pete Rose's record total in Major League Baseball.
Mariners Rough Up Darvish As Rangers Fizzle 6-1Ichiro Suzuki and the Seattle Mariners chased Texas' Yu Darvish after just four innings in his shortest start of the season, and the Mariners rolled to their fourth straight win in a 6-1 victory over the Rangers on Monday night.
Bobby V's: "We're Still A Rangers Bar"Bobby Valentine may be calling the shots in Boston as the new Red Sox manager, but his namesake restaurant is still proudly serving Rangers fans in Arlington, just as it has since his days with the Rangers.
World's Attention On Arlington For Darvish DebutIt may be Baseball Time in Texas, but Monday night's Texas Rangers game is national news in Japan.
Covering Yu: A Few SurprisesIf you have ever flown into Phoenix, you know that it's a giant grid in the desert. The beauty of dusk out here is in both the darkness past the edges of town and the amber glow of street lights showing you the city.
Harrison & Beltre Lead Texas Past Seattle 3-0Adrian Beltre got the best of former teammate Felix Hernandez, hitting a two-run homer and propelling the Rangers to a 3-0 win over Seattle.
Red-Hot Rangers Win 11th Straight 3-1 Over SeattleMatt Harrison continued Texas' nearly perfect pitching, allowing just one run in 7 2/3 innings, Mitch Moreland hit a three-run homer and the Rangers won their 11th straight with a 3-1 win over the Seattle Mariners on Sunday.
Ogando's 6 Shutout Innings Help Rangers Beat SeattleAlexi Ogando pitched six scoreless innings as the Rangers remained undefeated with another win over the Mariners.
Cruz Hits Another Homer As Rangers Top MarinersNelson Cruz became the third player in MLB history to homer in the first four games of a season.