Fielder Likely To Undergo Neck Surgery, Will Miss The Remainder Of The SeasonPrince Fielder is likely to undergo neck surgery, and will miss the rest of the season, according to Rangers general manager Jon Daniels.
Choo Placed On DL, Hoying Called UpShin-Soo Choo is being placed back on the disabled list after returning for one game.
Rangers GM: "There Were No Sucker Punches" In Brawl With Blue JaysJon Daniels reflected on the brawl with the Toronto Blue Jays on the Ben and Skin Show on 105.3 The Fan, Monday afternoon.
Spring Training Blog: Desmond Arrives, Yu Darvish Throws Off Full-MoundThe Rangers acquisition of Ian Desmond might be their biggest off-season move.
Rangers Quote Board On The Signing Of Ian DesmondQuotes from the Rangers in Surprise, Arizona on the signing of Ian Desmond.
Rangers Sign Manager Jeff Banister To Three Year DealThe Texas Rangers announced the extension of Jeff Banister's contract on Friday.
Rangers Off-Season: Right-Handed Hitting TargetsHere are some of the offensive names you could see the Rangers targeting this winter:
Jon Daniels: "Our payroll, I Expect, To Be Give Or Take Where It Was Last Year"The Rangers season ended in cruel fashion a couple weeks ago, while the Kansas City Royals won the World Series in five games against the New York Mets last night.
Adrian Beltre Played 2nd Half Of Season With Torn Thumb LigamentDuring a press conference on Friday afternoon. Rangers President and General Manager Jon Daniels and manager Jeff Banister admitted that Adrian Beltre played the second half of the season with a torn left thumb ligament.
Shrewd Moves, Steady Hand Propelling Rangers"In the face of adversity, JD forges forward, emboldened by the unflagging belief that the Rangers will achieve greatness.” - Rangers Assistant GM Thad Levine
35 Thoughts On The Deal That Brought The Rangers Number 35The acquisition of Cole Hamels is a blockbuster with major implications for both the Phillies and Rangers. Jared Sandler takes an in-depth look at the trade and its impact.
Ron Washington Reflects On Time In TexasFormer manager Ron Washington abruptly left the Rangers organization last season and has now joined the Oakland A's staff. He reflected on his time in Texas on 105.3 The Fan.