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Sports Briefing | Baseball: Joe Macko, 86, Dies

yesterdaySports / Baseball : Bats

Macko, who hit 306 home runs in nearly 2,000 minor league games before a long career as a clubhouse manager with the Texas Rangers, has died.

My Love Letter to the Stetson

3 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

Worn by cowboys, presidents, lawmen, and Texas Rangers alike, the Stetson ‘Open Road’ is a rugged yet gentlemanly hat—and when I was a boy, I couldn’t wait to have one of my own.

2 Changes the Texas Rangers Should Make Before Spring Training

It is still only December, but the 2015 baseball season is rapidly approaching as pitchers and catchers will be reporting to camp in less than two months. That gives the Texas Rangers plenty of time to make any changes necessary to be successful in 2015. Show More Summary

Reassessing Texas Rangers' Offseason Plan and Breaking Down What's Next

The Texas Rangers didn’t do much to bolster its starting rotation during the 2014 Winter Meetings, but some work was still completed. A week after the club re-signed Colby Lewis, Yahoo Sports' Jeff Passan reported it made a deal with the Washington Nationals for Ross Detwiler. Show More Summary

Texas Rangers investigate officer who killed suspect holding spoon

last weekNews : The Newsroom

AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - The Texas Rangers are investigating an incident in Texarkana in which a police officer responding to a reported burglary fatally shot a suspect who was holding a spoon, officials said on Tuesday. The incident...Show More Summary

Grading the Texas Rangers' Offseason Post-Winter Meetings

All remains fairly quiet for the Texas Rangers this offseason, as the 2014 winter meetings have now come and gone. The club re-signed veteran right-hander Colby Lewis and made a trade with the Washington Nationals for Ross Detwiler, per Yahoo Sports' Jeff Passan (h/t MLB Trade Rumors). Show More Summary

Ross Detwiler to Rangers: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

Looking to add more depth to their pitching rotation, the Texas Rangers have reportedly acquired Ross Detwiler from the Washington Nationals. According to Scott Boeck of USA Today, an official is reporting that Detwiler will go fromShow More Summary

Rangers met with James Shields at Winter Meetings, per source

The right-hander is a definite possibility for Texas. SAN DIEGO -- With Jon Lester off the market, teams looking for starting pitching are likely to turn to free-agent starter James Shields, whose market is expected to fully develop in the coming days. Show More Summary

Texas Rangers to retain baseball rights for Russell Wilson

Russell Wilson is doing just fine as quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks and will likely receive a hefty extension with the team this offseason. But just in case Wilson tires of this football thing, the Texas Rangers will continue to hold his baseball rights. According to Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News, the Rangers

The Rangers added Russell Wilson to their Triple-A roster to keep other teams from taking him

Guys, you're taking this just a little bit too far. Remember when the Texas Rangers drafted Russell Wilson last year in the Rule 5 draft, then brought him into training camp as a motivational speaker? Well, apparently, the Rangers really...Show More Summary

Josh Hamilton needs to have a bounce-back season for Angels

Two years into a five-year, $125-million deal with the Angels, outfielder Josh Hamilton, who won the 2010 American League most-valuable-player award with the Texas Rangers, is looking like a major bust.

10 reasons why Schlitterbahn is the best place on the planet

  photo via Schlitterbahn   Schlitterbahn Waterpark is as Texan as corn dogs, boobie implants and Walker, Texas Ranger. Built in New Braunfels, TX, in 1979, this water park is often referred to as the “HOLY SHIT OMG BEST WATER PARK FOREVER <3? If you’re from Texas, Schlitterbahn is rite of passage. If you’re not [...]

Updated Odds for the Texas Rangers to Trade for Top 2 Targets

Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels has said that his club won’t be doing much work in the free-agent market and will try to fill voids through trade. It is still early in the offseason and other proposals are bound to be mentioned. Show More Summary

Rangers Prospect Ronald Guzman Uninjured in Fatal Car Crash

Texas Rangers first base prospect Ronald Guzman was not injured in a fatal car accident that killed the driver of the other vehicle in his native Dominican Republic. Gerry Fraley of The Dallas Morning News notes Guzman was driving his sport utility vehicle when he crashed into a motorcycle, killing Eleazar Garcia. Show More Summary

Yu Darvish cleared to begin throwing after MRI

The Rangers' No. 1 starter is healthy and set to continue his usual offseason workout program. Texas Rangers ace Yu Darvish has been cleared to start throwing in early December after an MRI revealed no damage to his right elbow, the team announced Tuesday. Dr. Show More Summary

Featured autograph - Daniel Robertson I

A scrappy little outfielder, Robertson just spent his first season in the major leagues with the Texas Rangers - the Angels just picked him up, though it remains to be seen if he is even in the organization between now and 2015 Opening Day. Show More Summary

Angels acquire outfielder Daniel Robertson from Rangers

The Angels acquired outfielder Daniel Robertson from the Texas Rangers on Thursday night for a player to be named or cash. To make room on the 40-man roster for Robertson, who is expected to compete for a reserve outfield spot, the Angels designated outfielder Alfredo Marte for assignment.

Final Report Card Grades for Texas Rangers' Prospects at the Arizona Fall League

The 2014 Arizona Fall League is in the books, and it is time to see how the players representing the Texas Rangers fared in this year’s campaign. The Surprise Saguaros, the club the Rangers are affiliated with, were unable to defend their crown this year. Show More Summary

Rangers agree with Jon Daniels, Thad Levine on contract extensions

The architects of a pair of recent American League pennant winners were given contract extensions to remain in Texas. Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels and his right-hand man, Thad Levine, recently received contract extensions...Show More Summary

Rangers Reportedly Agree to New Contracts with GM Jon Daniels and Thad Levine

The Texas Rangers suffered through their worst season in 20 years, but that hasn't diminished the team's confidence in its top two executives. According to sources cited by CBS Sports' Jon Heyman, general manager Jon Daniels and top assistant GM Thad Levine have both been given multi-year contract extensions. Show More Summary

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