The focus was more on the departed rather than present Saturday as the Texas Rangers went through their first full-squad spring training workout this year.
The Texas Rangers have 36 pitchers in their spring training camp. Many of them are relievers looking for work and that means closer Joe Nathan will be surrounded by some different faces in the bullpen.
Calling in from Surprise, AZ on the day pitchers & catcher report Washington talked about what he expects to see from the Rangers in 2013.
For the first time in three years, the Rangers won’t open a new season as defending American League champions
MLB legend and Texas Rangers owner/President Nolan Ryan checked in with Elf & Friends on their last day in Surprise.
They do it every year…well at least for the second year in a row, it’s Elf’s running challenge at Surprise Stadium.
Elf challenges (we call it hazing) guest-host Mike Bacsik to see who can run the fastest lap around Surprise Stadium.
Maybe all that attention on Yu Darvish this spring has helped shift some of the focus away from just how agonizingly close the Texas Rangers came to winning the World Series.
The Rangers have traded Kelvin De La Cruz back to Cleveland, less than a month after acquiring the left-handed minor league pitcher from the Indians.
In his much-hyped Spring Training debut, Rangers’ pitcher Yu Darvish dazzles hitters and confounds teammates.
On Monday we gave you the first part of the interview between Greggo of RAGE and Josh Hamilton of the Texas Rangers. Today we give you part 2!
Texas Rangers newcomer Yu Darvish struck out Elvis Andrus and pitched a hitless inning Friday in an intrasquad game.