Pitcher Jason Hammel set a career high as Chicago beat Miami, while Texas’ Joey Gallo was called up to the majors as third baseman Adrian Beltre was placed on the disabled list.
The Texas Rangers were not a team anyone but Rangers’ fans and family were interested in watching as this season started and then turned a month old. Their most marketable player, Yu Darvish, was out for the season after Tommy John surgery during spring training. Show More Summary
Joey Gallo will realize his dream on Tuesday as he will be on the field with the Texas Rangers likely making his Major League debut. Gallo was the sixth ranked prospect in baseball this offseason by Baseball America and he will try to fill the hole left at third base by Adrian Beltre trip to Joey Gallo Gets Called Up By Texas Rangers is an article from: The Inquisitr News
Texas Rangers top prospect Joey Gallo is bringing his prodigious power to Major League Baseball. Rangers general manager Jon Daniels revealed Monday on 105.3 The Fan's The Ben and Skin Show in Dallas that Texas will call up Gallo from...Show More Summary
The Texas Rangers have a winning record for the first time in nearly a full year after a magnificent May.
Next time she should bring an umbrella. Fox Sports reporter Emily Jones interviewed Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton after his walk-off two-run double clinched a 4-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Sunday. Such game-winningShow More Summary
Josh Hamilton is back in the fold with the Texas Rangers, and after homering twice on Friday, Hamilton hit a two-run, walk off double on Sunday to help the Rangers beat the Red Sox 4-3. After the game, Fox Sports Southwest’s Emily Jones...Show More Summary
Josh Hamilton was watching from the bench for the first time since rejoining the Texas Rangers.
Welcome home, Josh Hamilton. That's the overwhelming sentiment in the Lone Star State a week into Hamilton's second go-round with the Texas Rangers. In seven games since rejoining the Rangers, Hamilton is 6-for-22 with two home runs....Show More Summary
Putting a Texas Rangers uniform back on certainly seems to be helping Josh Hamilton. Since returning from injury last week, the 34-year-old outfielder is looking like the Hamilton of old. Just a couple of days after hitting two home runs in a game, Hamilton came off the bench and helped his team walk off with a victory. Show More Summary
Josh Hamilton had a pinch-hit, two-run double with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning and the Texas Rangers beat the Boston Red Sox 4-3 on Sunday.
Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre has had a somewhat uneven start to the 2015 season, and he won't be getting things back on track anytime soon, as he may be headed to the disabled list. Continue for updates. Beltre to Miss Two...Show More Summary
Chi Chi Gonzalez took a no-hitter into the sixth inning of his major league debut and preserved the shutout with some smart fielding, leading the Texas Rangers to an 8-0 win over the Boston Red Sox on Saturday night.
The Boston Red Sox were utterly embarrassed in Texas Friday, losing 7-4 to the Rangers hours after Red Sox pitcher Wade Miley was (...)
Josh Hamilton has returned to Texas with a bang, hitting two home runs in his second game in front of the Arlington crowd as he led the Rangers to a 7-4 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Friday.
Josh Hamilton homered in his first two at-bats, his first homers since he belatedly began his major league season this week back with Texas, helping the Rangers beat the Boston Red Sox 7-4 on Friday night.
In a time when power hitting is more of a scarce resource than ever, teams are starting to value it more than ever. As home run totals dwindle, the players who can hit for power stand out that much more. Down in Arlington, the Texas Rangers have one of the sport's most prolific power hitters. Show More Summary
Josh Hamilton is back where he belongs. After a bumpy two seasons with the Los Angeles Angels, the former MVP was traded back to the Texas Rangers last month, the team with whom he spent five years and became a star. In just his second...Show More Summary
How would you celebrate your 100th birthday? Texas Rangers fan Jose chose to spend his at Globe Life Park with family and friends. Unfortunately, the Rangers lost 5-1 to the Boston Red Sox, but it didn't look like the loss would get Jose down. When asked what his plans were after the game, he replied, "Going dancing." Good for you, Jose. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
Eduardo Rodriguez threw 7 2/3 scoreless innings to become the youngest Red Sox starter to win in his major league debut on the road since 1967, and Boston beat the Rangers 5-1 to spoil Josh Hamilton's first home game back in Texas on Thursday night.