Cleveland Plain Dealer "With one, swift swing of Prince Fielder's lumber, the Rangers erased the Indians' three-run advantage on Tuesday. So, on Wednesday, when the Tribe staked claim to another early lead, they didn't settle. They walked. They doubled. They singled. They doubled again. They singled. They stole a..." May 28
Boston Herald "Carlos Peguero won't have to travel far to join the Red Sox. But can he help them? The Sox acquired Peguero today in a cash transaction with the Texas Rangers, who designated the lefty-hitting outfielder for assignment last week. He will meet the team in Texas, where the Sox open a..." May 28
#RedSox acquire OF Carlos Peguero from Texas in exchange for cash. He was DFA’d last week.
Dallas Morning News "The arms: For the third time in his last four appearances, RHP Tanner Scheppers kept two inherited runners from scoring. He entered with one out in the sixth and retired the bottom two hitters: Mike Aviles and Jose Ramirez. … In the fifth, LHP Wandy Rodriguez created a jam by loading the bases..." May 27
Dallas Morning News "The Rangers put together some offense in a Memorial Day win over Cleveland, topping the Tribe 10-8. Here are some highlights: he arms: Starter RHP Phil Klein allowed two homers and seven runs. For three career appearances at Progressive Field, Klein has allowed four homers and has a 24.00 ERA..." May 26
CBSSports.com "Josh Hamilton was hitless in his return to the majors, but reached on a key error that sent the Texas Rangers over Cleveland 10-8 Monday for their sixth straight win. Hamilton, slowed this season by shoulder surgery, was 0 for 3 with two strikeouts and a walk, and scored a run. The 2010 AL..." May 26
Dallas Morning News "The arms: In the first, RHP Yovani Gallardo threw 30 pitches and lost a 1-0 lead. He shut out the Yankees on 65 pitches in the next five innings. … Gallardo struck out the side in the fifth and had six strikeouts in six innings overall. He had seven strikeouts in 17 1/3 innings for his previous..." May 25
Dallas Morning News "Josh Hamilton’s minor-league injury-rehabilitation assignment with the Texas Rangers ended with a rain-out on Saturday night. Hamilton was in the lineup with Triple-A Round Rock for what would have been his 13th game on the assignment. The game was postponed, and the Rangers decided Hamilton..." May 25
Josh Hamilton playing LF and batting 5th in 2015 debut for #Rangers
#Rangers sign RHP Jared Burton to a minor-league contract. He will report to Triple A Round Rock.
LHP Matt Harrison (back) will make another start at extended spring training, five innings Thursday. #Rangers
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "All those struggling Texas Rangers hitters weren’t kidding last month when they said they weren’t worried about their slow start. Remember April, when the Rangers couldn’t hit a beach ball, Dave Magadan was the world’s worst hitting coach and Shin-Soo Choo was the worst player in the major..." May 24
Lone Star Ball "Derek Holland is scheduled to start a throwing program late next week, according to the beat guys on Twitter. Per Jeff Wilson, Holland will get an MRI in three weeks and, if that looks good, he will be cleared to start throwing off of a mound. Holland went on the disabled list this April after..." May 23
Dallas Morning News "The arms: In the seventh, manager Jeff Banister used LHP Sam Freeman, forcing switch-hitter Mark Teixeira to bat from what has become his weaker side. Teixeira grounded into an inning-ending out with two on base. … RHP Colby Lewis allowed five earned runs, in 6 2/3 innings, for the second..." May 23
Dallas Morning News "The arms: LHP Wandy Rodriguez’s 6.2 inning, one-run effort was the Rangers’ first outing of at least six innings since May 13. … In four of Rodriguez’s six starts for the Rangers, he has allowed no more than one run. … Rodriguez’s night ended at 113 pitches after he walked Brock Holt in a 10-pitch..." May 22
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The big baseball news Wednesday was that the Oakland A’s had hired Ron Washington, the former Texas Rangers manager and A’s assistant, as a special instructor in charge of shoring up their awful defense. While also big news for the Rangers, the bigger news was what Phil Klein did in his first..." May 21
Boston Herald "There have been many candidates, but Mike Napoli has been the most deserving poster boy of the 2015 Red Sox’ paltry offense. Until last night, that is. Napoli’s two RBI and home run, along with the same bottom line for David Ortiz, led the Sox to a 4-3 victory against the Texas Rangers at..." May 20
Josh Hamilton to return to Triple A Round Rock on Thursday, play through Saturday, be reevaluated. Looks like a Cleveland return. #Rangers
Lone Star Ball "Matt Harrison pitched in an extended spring training game yesterday, and according to Jeff Wilson, the "tentative plan" is for Harrison to pitch in an extended spring game on Saturday, and then potentially start a rehab assignment with AA Frisco. Via Wilson, Harrison said he threw 44 pitches..." May 19
Banister very clear: There are NO roles in the bullpen at the moment
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "As Nick Martinez’s pitch count soared to 103 in the fifth inning Sunday, it became apparent that the Texas Rangers would need four quality innings from their beleaguered bullpen if they wanted to avoid a three-game sweep. Dun dun dun. That’s the same bullpen that had posted a 6.27 ERA this..." May 18
ESPN.com "Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton said the Los Angeles Angels front office prevented him from talking to owner Arte Moreno. Hamilton, who signed a five-year, $125 million deal, hit just .255 with 31 homers and 123 RBI in two seasons with the Angels before they traded him to the Rangers in..." May 18
Daniels also says Hamilton will likely debut in NY or CLE, Rangers leaning towards CLE, but NY atmosphere has no impact on decision.
Pitcher Ross Detwiler to DL with left shoulder inflammation. Wednesday's starter is TBD.
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Jason Kipnis, the hottest hitter on the planet, hit a two-run, two-out homer in the ninth inning Saturday night to give the Indians a 10-8 victory over Texas at Globe Life Park. The Indians entered the ninth trailing, 8-7, with Texas closer Neftali Feliz on the mound. Lonnie Chisenhall doubled..." May 17
SI.com "In an emotional hearing inside a Los Angeles courtroom this week, former major league outfielder Milton Bradley was ordered to begin serving the 32-month jail sentence he received following his 2013 conviction on multiple counts of domestic violence and abuse. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge..." May 17
ESPN Dallas "Adrian Beltre hit his 400th career home run in the first inning of the Texas Rangers' 8-3 loss to the Cleveland Indians. Beltre sent a 3-0 pitch from left-hander Bruce Chen onto the berm in center field Friday night for his fifth homer this season. It was the second straight homer for the..." May 17
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Bruce Chen turned in a short night's work Friday, but the Indians' feast-or-famine offense and inconsistent bullpen earned some overtime against Texas at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Chen didn't make it through the third inning, but Jason Kipnis, Michael Brantley and Nick Swisher combined for..." May 16
Kansas City Star "Outside the Royals’ clubhouse, less than an hour after their 6-3 victory over the Rangers, stadium attendants shuttled equipment bags and luggage into a white moving truck. Inside the room, players slipped into shirts and ties, ready to come back to Kauffman Stadium owning a better record than the..." May 15
Deadspin.com "U.S. District Court judge Shira Scheindlin yesterday granted plaintiffs’ motion to certify class action status in an antitrust lawsuit against MLB and the NHL, a case that threatens to demolish the decades-old blackout system in sports media. Scheindlin’s decision, which you can read here,..." May 15
Hardball Talk "Via Phil Hecken of Uni Watch, the caps for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game have apparently been leaked. Check them out below: This year’s All-Star Game is set to take place in Cincinnati. Just in case it wasn’t obvious, these caps were inspired by the pillbox hat of Reds mascot Mr. Redlegs. The..." May 15
Vice Sports "Emilio Bonifacio of the Chicago White Sox cracked a home run Saturday against the Cincinnati Reds and made a big show of flipping his bat. He saluted the gods, rounded the bases with his arms out as if he were an airplane, and when he crossed home? He leaped into the crowd, giving fans a chance to..." May 15
Fox Sports Southwest "Coming off a frustrating, mistake-filled loss the night before, the Rangers turned to a pitcher who has some experience at restoring a team's mojo. Only this time, Yovani Gallardo also turned around a negative trend for him-self in a 5-3 win over Kansas City. Gallardo gave up just two runs..." May 14
#Rangers say Josh Hamilton will go to Double A beginning Saturday. To play Saturday, Sunday, off Monday. Back to Triple A Tuesday, Wednesday
Lone Star Ball "The Texas Rangers have activated first baseman Mitch Moreland from the disabled list, and he is in the starting lineup tonight for the Rangers (assuming that the game isn't rained out). Jake Smolinski has been optioned to AAA Round Rock to make room for Moreland on the active roster." May 14
#Rangers lineup tonight: Choo 9, Andrus 6, Fielder dh, Beltre 5, Moreland 3, Peguero 7, Chirinos 2, Field 4, DeShields 8, Gallardo 1.
Royals Review "Tonight the Rangers and Royals seemed intent playing a back-and-forth game--taking leads and giving them away like they were handing out sub-prime mortgages that were sure to default in mere months--with even the Royals vaunted bullpen getting into the mix. Edinson Volquez was relatively..." May 13
Fox Sports Southwest "Tuesday night was a good one for Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton. Not only did Hamilton go 1-for-2 with a two-run single in his rehab appearance for Triple A Round Rock but he felt more comfortable than he has during the rehab process. "Tonight I was able to stay back and do what I..." May 13
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Colby Lewis continued to defy logic on Monday night. The 35-year-old right-hander made another quality start, this time holding the Royals to one run on three hits over seven innings as the Rangers won the first of a four-game series 8-2 at Globe Life Park. Pitching: Colby Lewis went at least..." May 12
Hardball Talk "Last season the Rangers rushed top prospect Rougned Odor to the majors as a 20-year-old and now they’re sending him back to the minors after he hit just .237 with 10 homers and a .658 OPS in 143 games. Odor actually held his own for the most part last season despite making the jump from..." May 11
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Wandy Rodriguez allowed one run in six innings Sunday after being perfect through five, and Adrian Beltre drove in both Texas Rangers runs as they salvaged a split of their four-game series against Tampa Bay with a 2-1 victory. Rodriguez established the Rangers’ franchise record for consecutive..." May 11
Lone Star Ball "Rougned Odor has been optioned to AAA Round Rock, in a move that has been anticipated for several days now. To take his place on the 25 man roster, the Rangers have purchased the contract of infielder Thomas Field, who is starting at second base today. The Rangers had an open spot on the 40..." May 11
The Score "Josh Hamilton's oft-traveled road back to the big leagues began with a bloop single and ended with two strikeouts, but it was still a step in the right direction. The Texas Rangers' Triple-A affiliate Round Rock Express were downed 7-0 by Nashville, the Oakland Athletics Triple-A squad, with..." May 11
Tampa Tribune "Their pitching may be in disarray, but the power bats of the Tampa Bay Rays are on a serious roll. With veteran Evan Longoria and rookie Steven Souza each hitting a three-run homer, the Rays downed Texas 7-2 Saturday night before an announced crowd of 20,943 that saw Tampa Bay even its..." May 10
#Rangers lineup: Choo, rf; Andrus, ss; Fielder, dh; Beltre, 3b; Blanks, 1b; Peguero, lf; Martin, cf; Chirinos, c; Rosales, 2b.
Tampa Tribune "This time, they let Nathan Karns pitch ... and pitch ... and pitch. The Tampa Bay Rays rookie went deep into Friday’s start, deeper than any start of his big league career and set career highs for pitches thrown and strikeouts. The offense showed up and the Rays beat the Texas Rangers 8-2 in..." May 09
Hardball Talk "After spending some time in Arizona at the Rangers’ extended spring training complex Josh Hamilton is ready to start playing at Triple-A. Jeff Wilson of the Forth Worth Star Telegram reports that Hamilton could join Triple-A Round Rock as soon as Sunday, beginning what figures to be a..." May 09
Dallas Morning News "BREAKDOWN The arms: LHP Alex Claudio retired all four hitters faced, including two left-handed hitters, in the fifth and sixth innings to earn his first major-league win. Left-handed hitters are 1-for-8 against Claudio. … RHPs Shawn Tolleson and Neftali Feliz struck out four of the last five..." May 08
Dallas Morning News "The Rangers ran their winning streak to three games on Wednesday with an 11-1 clubbing of Houston that completed a sweep of the Astros. The game report card and highlights: The arms: RHP Colby Lewis did not allow a run until the eighth, ending a streak of 13 scoreless innings. The only runs..." May 07