Leonys Martin led off the 11th inning with a homer, and the Rangers scored another run on Erick Aybar’s error before holding on for a 5-4 victory over the Angels on Sunday.
The Texas Rangers were glad to see their eight-game road trip end with a victory after three straight losses, although Nick Martinez was sorry to see his dominant month of April come to an end.
As you approach the end of the first month of the fantasy baseball season, like all smart fantasy owners you must look every day for better players. Sure, you may like a guy on your bench who plays for the local nine, but fantasy baseball is won with the head—not the heart.
The Texas Rangers are closing in on a trade with Los Angeles to acquire former All Star slugger Josh Hamilton, according to media reports.
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MLB.com created a cool “Mt. Rushmore” campaign that asks fans to identify the people who’d make up their favorite team’s Mt. Rushmore. The results will be unveiled a part of the All-Star festivities in Cincinnati.
Archie Bradley shook off a shaky start, the third of his career, to pitch six effective innings, lifting the Diamondbacks to an 8-5 win over the Rangers on Wednesday night.
Prince Fielder showed his power Tuesday night. He hit his first home run in almost a year and drove in three runs to lead the Rangers to a 7-1 victory over the Diamondbacks.
Angels manager Mike Scioscia has confirmed that troubled left fielder Josh Hamilton is close to beginning an extended spring program in Arizona after surgery in February.
In case you haven’t heard, Chicago Cubs uber-prospect Kris Bryant was called up and made his debut on Friday.
It’s still early in the season, and you don’t want to give up on key players too soon — even if they’re slumping through the first two weeks of the season. But smart fantasy baseball owners also want to make sure they grab rising stars while they can — and before it’s too late.
A 2011 first-round Draft pick out of St. John’s University, Joe Panik had a meteoric rise to Major League glory last season — not only putting up impressive numbers as the Giants’ new second baseman in 73 regular season games, but also helping San Francisco earn its third World Series championship in the past five years.