Every major leaguer aspires to be on the field for Opening Day, but the Texas Rangers are stressing the fact that their Apr. 6 game against the Oakland A’s is only a small piece of the 2015 puzzle.
Every year, the Frogs really start getting fired up for the season when they get together to make their annual home game day intro video.
The Texas Rangers have announce the 2015 home opener will be held Friday April 10 at Globe Life Park against the Houston Astros.
First-time starter Tanner Scheppers surrendered seven runs, and Texas’ revamped offense was unable to overcome a sloppy performance by the bullpen as the Rangers fell 14-10 on Opening Day at Globe Life Park.
The Texas Rangers open the season at the newly named Globe Life Park against the Philadelphia Phillies today in front of a sell out crowd. CSBDFW.com wants to know if you think the Rangers will make the playoffs this year.
Monday is Opening Day for the Rangers, and they begin the 2014 season in Arlington against the Phillies and Cliff Lee, who last pitched on this mound with Texas in the 2010 World Series.
Some opening day moments changed baseball forever, others are just really cool. Here are our top 5.
Rangers general manager Jon Daniels says he expects Darvish will be put on the 15-day DL. The Rangers open Monday at home against Philadelphia.
In a span of three days the week before opening day, the Rangers scratched ace Yu Darvish from that scheduled start because of neck stiffness, and found out they would be without second baseman Jurickson Profar and catcher Geovany Soto for 10 to 12 weeks each because of injuries.
Yu Darvish will be the opening day starter for the Rangers when the teams opens at the ballpark on Monday March 31st against the Philadelphia Phillies.
If someone says there was a mix of cheers the first time the Los Angeles Angels slugger stepped into the batter’s box against his former team, he’s not buying it.
Opening day at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, and some new rules at club-controlled parking lots were going to crack down on drivers–especially tailgaters—that didn’t have game tickets.