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Mitch Moreland’s role with the Texas Rangers immediately changed when they acquired Prince Fielder in a trade early in the offseason.
The Rangers, who won 91 games last year but failed to make the playoffs, had arguably the best offseason of any team in baseball, adding offensive studs Shin-Soo Choo and Prince Fielder to a lineup that underperformed and fell short of expectations.
So much is new this spring for the All-Star slugger. He’s in Arizona for spring training, not Florida. He has a No. 84 on the back of his uniform, not No. 28. And he is on a new team.
It’s just the first day of spring training for the Texas Rangers, and manager Ron Washington has already set his Opening Day lineup for 2014.
How will the newly acquired Prince Fielder fare in his first season with the Texas Rangers? To hear his new teammate Adrian Beltre tell it, he will do just fine.
A number of Texas Rangers will be on hand this Saturday as the club celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington at the annual Fan Fest.
Prince Fielder has never been named MVP, but that doesn’t mean he’s not among the game’s best hitters, according to former teammate Torii Hunter.
Though there were no titles won in the DFW area in 2013, there was no shortage of storylines. Here are the 15 biggest sports stories — good or bad — from the area over the past year.
The mushroom cloud from the Kinsler-for-Fielder supertrade that blindsided us all still lingers weeks later. As the dust finally begins to settle, we find ourselves punch-drunk, covered in dust, and wondering what exactly just happened.
In the Prince Fielder era the Cowboys are 1-0, Tony Romo has yet to screw up a game winning drive in the fourth quarter.
Right after the Prince Fielder press conference, Rangers GM Jon Daniels hopped on the phone with Ben and Skin!