The Rangers placed reliever Alexi Ogando on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday because of inflammation in his right elbow and recalled left-handed reliever Aaron Poreda from Triple-A Round Rock.
Before the final series of a long road trip, Rangers outfielder Alex Rios checks in for his weekly visit on the Ben and Skin show.
The weekly tradition continues as callers chime in with sports takes in a contest to win Rangers tickets. This week it was a blood bath.
Nick Tepesch won for the first time in more than 10 months, Shin-Soo Choo hit a tie-breaking home run, and the Texas Rangers defeated the Seattle Mariners 4-3 on Wednesday.
Two big subject areas concerned viewers this week. Some people could not see the graphics on the Rangers broadcasts, and many emails asked about the CBS 11 News talent.
Martin Perez pitched his second consecutive shutout to extend his scoreless innings streak to 26 and the Texas Rangers wrapped up a three-game sweep of the Oakland Athletics with a 3-0 victory Wednesday.
In this week’s That Thing You Missed watch John Daly hit a golf ball out of a model’s mouth, while another golfer deals with a different type of hazard, a hockey fan’s creepy haircut and is this the most epic professional sports prank ever?
The Rangers have designated right-hander Daniel McCutchen for assignment to make room on their roster for Colby Lewis, who will make his first major league start in 21 months.
They’ve done it for nearly every team in town – so Ben & Skin decided it was time for each member of the show to come up with some original tribute songs. This time – it was for your Texas Rangers!
I completely understand Ian Kinsler’s feelings. He and his very close friends (Michael Young and Josh Hamilton) were sent away one by one, and he feels he was lied to and brutally stabbed in the […]
Ron Washington sounds a little cranky over Russell Wilson questions, and the gang gets way too excited over the Rangers win in the spring training opener.
After getting called up last May, Cotts appeared in 58 of the Rangers’ remaining 118 games. He matched the major league lead with eight relief victories, and his 1.11 ERA was the lowest for a reliever in franchise history.