Daniels has won the fight and has complete control. Whatever happens in the next few years, he deserves all the credit or all the blame.
105.3 The Fan has learned that Nolan Ryan and Jon Daniels had a heated confrontation and were face-to-face before being separated by Ron Washington on Tuesday night.
General manager Jon Daniels says the Texas Rangers aren’t satisfied even though they’ve averaged more than 91 wins the past five seasons and are in the middle of a tremendous run.
By letting Jackie Moore go, Jon Daniels is one step away from completely tarnishing his own history here with the Rangers.
If you’re making these moves to prove a point, to show who’s boss, shame on you JD. You have the power, everybody knows that you have the power. You’re like the He-Man of Arlington.
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 right-hander, who hasn’t thrown a baseball in more than seven weeks, didn’t hesitate to accept the invitation from team CEO & President Nolan Ryan.
Fans and followers in Arlington act as if the Texas Rangers are dead; manager Ron Washington has taken notice.
Since the start of 2010, five AL hitters have hit for the cycle – three of whom are Rangers. Watch each of them here, including Bengie Molina’s heroic effort in 2010.
The only certainty surrounding Nelson Cruz is that he’s not on the field. Everything else involving his 50-game suspension from the Biogenesis investigation is vague — at best.
The Texas Rangers beat the Tampa Bay Rays 8-2 last night for four-game series split that left the teams tied atop the AL wild-card race.
The Rangers started play Tuesday mired in a seven-game losing streak and have seen their AL West title hopes apparently slip away for a second straight season because of a September slide. Texas dropped 12 of its first 14 games this month.