Giving up five earned runs in five innings wasn't the only problem for CC Sabathia Thursday night against the Texas Rangers after the left-hander felt ill following his start. Continue for updates. Sabathia Will Head Back to New York,...Show More Summary
According to ESPN.com, the Philadelphia Phillies have dealt Cole Hamels, who will undoubtedly go down as one of their greatest pitchers in franchise history. The Texas Rangers now add a proven ace to their rotation but had to give up...Show More Summary
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is going to be indicted for securities fraud this week by special prosecutors and the Texas Rangers. He’s already spinning enough to make butter. Get a load of this statement from Paxton spokesman, Anthony...Show More Summary
The Major League Baseball non-waiver trade deadline is quickly approaching. Aces are flying out of town, but the San Diego Padres' James Shields and Texas Rangers' Yovani Gallardo haven't been moved as of yet. That could change soon. According to ESPN.com, t he Rangers have reportedly traded for Philadelphia Phillies ace Cole Hamels. Show More Summary
The Philadelphia Phillies traded Cole Hamels to the Texas Rangers, taking one more pitcher off the block as we get closer to Friday’s trade deadline. Here are five pitchers still available, but not all can or will make an impact for a contending team.Read full article >>
No offense to the Texas Rangers, but this is disappointing.We should be clear about this: Any trade for lefty Cole Hamels, the former World Series MVP of the Phillies and the only marketable commodity from baseball’s salad days in that city, had to be about more than this season. Show More Summary
Price is the last big pitching piece to fall, and the Dodgers are still in play.
Texas Rangers trade rumors have the team picking up a huge arm for their rotation. Left-handed starter Cole Hamels is said to be headed to Texas as soon as Thursday. MLB.com writer T.R. Sullivan has tweeted that the Philadelphia Phillies and the Rangers are close to a deal that would send Hamels to Texas. Show More Summary
CHICAGO, IL - JULY 25: Cole Hamels #35 of the Philadelphia Phillies pitches against the Chicago Cubs during the first inning on July 25, 2015 at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images) Cole Hamels has been traded from the Philadelphia Phillies to the Texas Rangers, and it [...]
The loss snapped a four-game winning streak and was only the Yankees’ sixth in 22 games this month.
The Texas Rangers have acquired starting pitcher Cole Hamels in a multi-player trade with the Philadelphia Phillies, according to multiple media reports on Wednesday.
The Texas Rangers are closing in on a trade for left-handed starter Cole Hamels from the Philadelphia Phillies, per T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com, Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports, and Jayson Stark of ESPN. Pitchers Jerad Eickoff, Alec Asher and...Show More Summary
It turns out that Cole Hamels’s final start after 10 seasons as a Philly was indeed a no-hitter, as he has been traded to the Texas Rangers for a gaggle of prospects. As reported by Jeff Passan and others, here is what the deal looks like: Read more...
Following weeks of speculation, the Philadelphia Phillies agreed to trade Cole Hamels to the Texas Rangers in exchange for a package of prospects that includes pitcher Jake Thompson, catcher Jorge Alfaro, right-handed pitcher Jerad Eickhoff,...Show More Summary
Walker, Texas Ranger Chuck Norris hasn't found a wingnut conspiracy theory he didn't like. Whether it's global warming treaty designed to turn into a One World Order, but he hit his stride on the pages of WND, where he opines Hillary...Show More Summary
The Texas Rangers’ “boomstick,” a two-foot-long hot dog slathered in chili and cheese that costs a cool $26, has been a (...)
Not all was well with the Yankees in their 6-2 win. The New York Yankees continued their surprisingly solid season with a 6-2 win over the Texas Rangers Monday night. However, their latest victory didn't stop Mark Teixeira from having a frustrating evening in Arlington. Show More Summary
Nice attempt at the most hilarious tag out in baseball history. Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre wanted to give Alex Rodriguez an interesting 40th birthday present Monday, as he tried to tag out the in-form New York Yankees star by pulling his leg off the bag. It was worth a try. Show More Summary
Friday at 4 p.m. ET marks the 2015 MLB trade deadline, so there are all kinds of rumors flying around at the moment about numerous teams. The San Francisco Giants are in the market for pitching help, while the Texas Rangers are shopping...Show More Summary
Plenty of speculation will swirl between now and Friday’s trade deadline, although it appears the Texas Rangers lead the Cole Hamels sweepstakes by a slim margin. The Los Angeles Dodgers are also actively engaged with Phillies management...Show More Summary