Now in it’s second year of one game wild card mayhem, MLB has officially jumped the shark when it comes to their postseason programming and this is one show that needs to be cancelled.
David Price allowed just two runs over nine innings, Evan Longoria was a triple short of the cycle, and the Rays defeated the Rangers 5-2 in an AL Wild Card tiebreaker in Arlington.
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.
After 162 regular-season games, the Tampa Bay Rays and Texas Rangers need one more to decide the second AL wild-card spot.
Martin Perez, at the age 22, will be going up against a highly prized acquisition target, and one of the best pitchers in the league in David Price on Monday. Which Martin will we get?
The Rangers have been noncommittal as to whether suspended slugger Nelson Cruz would return to the lineup for the playoffs. On Sunday, we got our answer.
Darvish will take the mound for the 32nd time this season with the opportunity to send the Rangers to their fourth consecutive postseason.
Craig Gentry doubled, scored and bunted in a run, helping Texas beat the sloppy Angels 7-4 Saturday and reach the final day with a chance to make the playoffs.
At the start of Friday night, three teams are still in contention for the two AL Wild Card spots: Tampa Bay, Cleveland, and Texas. What happens if they all tie?
While Texas is chasing Tampa Bay and Cleveland in the Wild Card standings, it’s Toronto and Minnesota that can drastically affect the final standings.
Close your eyes and take your mind to a world where the Astros don’t exist. Baseball fans across the country may not notice, but the Rangers definitely would.
Skating on the edge of a razor, the Rangers are holding on to hope of grabbing a Wild Card spot for the playoffs. Following an impressive victory over the Astros, Rangers pitcher Derek Holland joins the GBag Nation.