A disastrous 2014 season is finally paying dividends for the Texas Rangers — by way of the 2015 MLB Draft.
Texas A&M quarterback commit Kyler Murray has announced his intentions to withdraw from the MLB First-Year Player Draft in June.
Could Ryan Rua shift to second base when he returns from injury? Jared Sandler answers that and more in our latest Rangers Mailbag.
The Astros failed to sign the first pick in this year’s draft, high school left-hander Brady Aiken. The MLBPA is working with him and his advisors to explore “all legal options.”
The Texas Rangers announced on Tuesday that the club has signed three of its top four draft selections from the 2014 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
The California high school left-hander mesmerized the team holding the No. 1 pick with his impeccable control, and was the first selection in the Major League Baseball draft Thursday night.
While it lacks the endless hype and agonizing debates over who should go No. 1 that mark the weeks leading up to the NFL and NBA drafts, baseball’s version has grown both as a production and in relevance the last few years.
The Rangers have signed both of their first-round picks from last week’s amateur draft, pitcher Alex “Chi-Chi” Gonzalez and high school shortstop Travis Demeritte.
The Houston Astros have selected Stanford pitcher Mark Appel with the No. 1 pick in the Major League Baseball draft.
The Rangers chose a college pitcher with their top pick in the MLB draft. The team took Alex Gonzalez with the 23rd overall pick. They had last used their top choice on a college player in 2008.
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The Texas Rangers have agreed to terms with second-round pick Will Lamb, a left-handed pitcher from Clemson.