The Rangers have made a $14.1 million qualifying contract offer for next season to Nelson Cruz, the All-Star slugger who served a 50-game suspension this year.
In part 2 of The Dutch Oven’s visit to the studio, Derek gives his take on the Josh Hamilton hat-tip from last week, as well as Lance Berkman’s unwillingness to participate in walk-off celebrations.
Ben and KT hit the mean streets of the Big D to get a read on the citizens feel for the Rangers, Cowboys, Mavericks, and the government.
Texas won at least 90 games for the fourth year in a row, even with suspended slugger Nelson Cruz missing 50 games and opening-day starter Matt Harrison pitching only twice. But the Rangers are already done.
The Texas Rangers have set a club record with the first four-error inning in the major leagues since 2010.
Ben and Skin have on Rangers outfielder Alex Rios to talk about his cycle on Monday night, and he also gets a listen to the Ben and Skin show song, The Rangers Won’t Die.
The A’s handed the Rangers their fourth straight loss and moved 4½ games ahead of Texas in the opener of the final series of the regular season between the past two AL West champions.
Jarrod Parker got plenty of home-run help and pitched his way into Oakland’s record book, and the surging Athletics pulled into a tie atop the AL West with Texas by overpowering the Rangers 11-4 on Wednesday.
The A’s beat the Rangers 4-2 in the first game of the three game series on Monday afternoon. The difference was a home run by Coco Crisp, that barely touched the left field foul pole.
Rangers fans who spoke with CBS 11′s Joel Thomas were unanimous in their opinions; as much as it hurts the team, Nelson Cruz’s fifty game suspension is exactly what he deserves.
Derek Holland gave up four hits in eight stellar innings, Nelson Cruz and Mitch Moreland each hit a home run and Ron Washington became the ‘winningest’ manager in Rangers history as Texas beat the Oakland Athletics 4-0 on Sunday.