The Texas Rangers are raising single-game ticket prices again after failing to win a playoff game, losing slugger Josh Hamilton in free agency and trading longtime fan favorite Michael Young.
From the West Nile Virus epidemic to the tornado outbreak in April, 2012 was a year of news in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
From the Rangers collapse to the Josh Brent intoxication manslaughter charges, 2012 was a busy sports year in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
In a winter that has so far been about subtraction (Hamilton, Mike Napoli, Michael Young, Mike Adams, Koji Uehara), the Rangers will need some addition — even if it’s not Greinke-level exciting.
Outfielder Josh Hamilton and the Los Angeles Angels have finalized their $125 million, five-year contract.
Torri Hunter answers the question “is he bitter about the Josh Hamilton Deal?” An ESPN commentator takes things too far. No, this time we really mean it. And find out some of the ridiculous ways […]
When we last saw Josh Hamilton, he was tearing apart the Rangers season. And then on Thursday afternoon, he tore apart what remained of their winter gone wrong.
Josh Hamilton, as you may have heard, is now with the Angels. Former Angels player Torii Hunter, as you may have heard, is now with the Tigers.
Rangers GM Jon Daniels was talking Thursday about still wanting to re-sign Josh Hamilton. About an hour later, Hamilton was with the Angels. It has been that kind of offseason for Texas.
The Angels are getting closer to signing Josh Hamilton, according to CBS Sports. Acquiring the former Rangers slugger would likely push Peter Bourjos to the bench.
The Mariners probably aren’t prepared to meet Josh Hamilton’s request for a seven-year deal, but they seem to have emerged as the likeliest alternative to the incumbent Rangers.
Finally, we’ve heard the rumors that the Yankees are interested in Josh Hamilton. Signing the former Rangers slugger would go against New York’s recent trend of saving money.