Rangers players, coaches, former players and announcers made their annual visit to see young patients at Children's Medical Center on Wednesday. They attended a holiday party for 20 patients in Moore Auditorium -- the room was filled with Texas Rangers balloons -- and also visited individual rooms.More»
Rangers general manager Jon Daniels wouldn't talk specifically about his team's interest in the latest Japanese sensation, pitcher Masahiro Tanaka, on Wednesday at the club's annual holiday luncheon. But he did have some thoughts on Major League Baseball and Nippon Professional Baseball's new posting system that caps the fee that Japanese teams receive for their players at $20 millon.More»MLB, NPB agree on revised posting system
Left-hander Matt Harrison was in town for several club functions involving the holiday season and said he is playing catch from 150 feet and should be set to move to a mound next week with 50 to 60 percent effort.More» Harrison strikes out nine over 5 2/3 innings
General manager Jon Daniels said that nothing changed since last week's winter meetings, sounding his familiar refrain, "We like our team." But that the Rangers are open to adding to the roster and will act on the right deal if it comes along.More»Will Nelson Cruz wind up back in Texas?
Through the Rangers' history, there has been an occasional crossover between football and baseball, and that was shown again last week when the club selected Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in the Triple-A phase of the Rule 5 Draft.More»Wilson on being selected by Rangers in Rule 5 Draft
The Rangers arrived at the Winter Meetings having already done most of their heavy lifting. So even though general manager Jon Daniels didn't make another move this week, he feels his club is already positioned nicely for 2014.More»Arencibia on Rangers' winning ways, strong rotation
If there's any chance star NFL quarterback Russell Wilson makes a comeback in baseball, it will now be with the Rangers. In the Triple-A portion of Thursday's Rule 5 Draft, the Texas organization selected Wilson -- the Rockies' fourth-round choice in the 2010 First-Year Player Draft -- from Colorado.More»Wilson on being selected by Rangers in Rule 5 Draft
Rangers play-by-play voice Eric Nadel admitted there's competition for the greatest moment of his life after being selected Wednesday as the 2014 recipient of the Ford C. Frick Award for excellence in baseball broadcasting.More»Eric Nadel named 2014 Ford C. Frick Award winner
The Rangers are discussing the possibility of signing either free-agent outfielder Shin-Soo Choo or Nelson Cruz.They appear to be the team in best position to land Choo, with other potential suitors dropping out, but GM Jon Daniels said the club won't force the issue.More»Will Nelson Cruz wind up back in Texas?
The Rangers met with Nelson Cruz's agent Monday at the Winter Meetings, general manager Jon Daniels confirmed. Cruz is a free agent after being the Rangers' right fielder the past five years, but the club is having ongoing discussions with agent Adam Katz.More»Sullivan on Nelson Cruz, Rangers' needs
Minor League third baseman Joey Gallo is getting some high-level mentoring this winter from a couple of Major League All-Stars. Gallo said he has been working out regularly with Jason Giambi and Troy Tulowitzki at the Philippi Sports Institute in his hometown of Las Vegas.More» Gallo drills a solo shot to right in sixth
Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said the club had interest in former Cy Young Award winner Roy Halladay this winter. Halladay announced Monday he was retiring, but the Rangers were interested if he opted to continue pitching.More» Ogando holds Royals scoreless over seven
The Winter Meetings begin on Monday, and the Rangers will be busy in their suites trying to put the finishing touches on an offseason that has already brought first baseman Prince Fielder, catcher J.P. Arencibia and outfielder Michael Choice to Arlington.More»GM Daniels discusses Rangers looking for depth
The Rangers are going to give right-hander Jose Contreras a chance to be the second-oldest pitcher in franchise history. The club announced on Thursday they have signed Contreras to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training. Contreras turns 42 on Friday.More» Contreras makes his Pirates debut
The Rangers are bringing back all their television and radio broadcasters for 2014. The only change is television analyst Tom Grieve will have a slightly reduced workload, with Mark McLemore filling in for him on occasion.More»
The Rangers still want to address their needs at backup catcher and starting pitching, but left field still seems to be the biggest question confronting the club in their final preparations for four days at the Walt Disney Swan & Dolphin Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.More»Daniels, Choice on outfielder joining Rangers
The U.S. attorney's office in Miami, Fla., on Wednesday charged three people with conspiring to smuggle, kidnap and extort Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin three years ago, according to a report by The Miami Herald.More» Martin runs down Loney's fly ball to center
The Athletics and Rangers just made the kind of trade that only really smart, really confident general managers make. In this case, it was Oakland's Billy Beane and Texas' Jon Daniels. It's the kind of trade that reflects plenty of organizational swagger on both sides. To put it another way, these boys aren't afraid to fail.More»Callis on Rangers prospects Choice, Bostick
Catcher A.J. Pierzynski has been selected as the 2013 winner of the Harold McKinney Good Guy Award by members of the local chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America. He will be honored at the Rangers Awards Dinner on Friday, Jan. 24, in Grapevine, Texas. The dinner will be followed by the 2014 Texas Rangers FanFest, which will be held at the Ballpark in Arlington from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. CT on Saturday, Jan. 25.More»Pierzynski, Nathan on Rangers Fan Fest 2013
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