The Texas Rangers continued their hot play Friday night, riding an impressive start by Martin Perez to a 4-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
The Texas Rangers are planning to bring top pitching prospect Martin Perez back to the majors and give ace Yu Darvish an extra day of rest.
With Martin Perez injured, many have speculated that the Rangers could make a play for free agent pitcher Kyle Lohse. That doesn’t appear to be the case.
The Texas Rangers asked about Detroit Tigers right-handed pitcher Rick Porcello on Monday, according to ESPNNewYork.com’s Adam Rubin.
We’ve got ourselves an old fashioned tug o’ war in the Rangers front office, and Jon Daniels is clearly winning.
The Rangers have remained in contact with free agent pitcher Kyle Lohse, but have resisted making an offer. That may change after some issues with their original pitching plan.
The Rangers agreed to one-year contracts with 11 players on Monday, including pitcher Alexi Ogando and first baseman Mitch Moreland.
The Rangers will consider moving left-handed pitcher Robbie Ross from the bullpen to the rotation if the team doesn’t add another starting pitcher this offseason.
The Rangers have optioned left-hander Martin Perez to Triple-A Round Rock to make room on the roster for newly acquired pitcher Ryan Dempster.
The Rangers have placed right-hander Colby Lewis on the disabled list for the second time because of forearm tendinitis and recalled rookie left-hander Martin Perez.
Josh Hamilton hit a three-run homer to cap a big fifth inning, Martin Perez won his first career start and the Texas Rangers extended their winning streak to five games, beating the Oakland Athletics 7-2 on Saturday night.
On his weekly radio show with RAGE on 105.3 The Fan – Rangers SS Elvis Andrus talks about the new addition to the team, pitcher Martin Perez.