3/13/2014 | Profar's progress slowed by removal of wisdom teeth
The Rangers were close to having their Opening Day lineup together for the first time in Spring Training on Thursday, but that will be delayed further because of second baseman Jurickson Profar's wisdom teeth.
3/12/2014 | Ogando roughed up, with bats limited behind him
Joe Blanton had a much better day than Rangers starter Alexi Ogando, and it showed in a 12-1 Angels victory on Wednesday at Surprise Stadium.
3/12/2014 | Thoracic outlet syndrome to sideline Adcock
Right-handed pitcher Nate Adcock will miss the first half of the season after being diagnosed with thoracic outlet syndrome. Adcock will undergo surgery on Thursday in Dallas to have a rib bone removed. The bone was pressing on a nerve and causing numbness in the right arm and hand.
3/12/2014 | Rangers nearing completely healthy lineup
Barring any injuries or setbacks, the Rangers could have their full projected Opening Day lineup available to them by this weekend. That means Alex Rios, Geovany Soto and Jurickson Profar all being available to play in the field.
3/12/2014 | Prospects Odor, Sardinas head seven cuts
Rougned Odor and Luis Sardinas were among seven players sent back to the Minor Leagues during the first wave of spring cuts made by the Rangers on Wednesday.
3/12/2014 | As destiny decrees, Choo an ideal leadoff man
Fate is fate and facts are facts. Rangers outfielder Shin-Soo Choo's ability to read and see pitches, working counts and drawing walks and exhausting the opposition, has made him the ideal leadoff option in a game with an increasing appreciation for OBP.
3/12/2014 | Germano's career defined by extraordinary experiences
Rangers pitcher Justin Germano may not have had the most successful career, but it certainly has been extraordinary. "It has been an interesting ride to say the least," Germano said.
3/11/2014 | Harrison hurls scoreless inning in 'B' game
Pitching in a "B" game with a bizarre format, Matt Harrison threw a scoreless inning Tuesday morning while pitching under game conditions for the first time in 11 months.
3/11/2014 | Soto making progress, could join lineup soon
Catcher Geovany Soto has caught live batting practice and is now running the bases at approximately 50 percent speed. Once he can do that at full speed without any problems, Soto should be ready to return to the lineup.
3/11/2014 | Hanson makes statement with four strong innings
Right-hander Tommy Hanson advanced his rotation candidacy by allowing just one run over four innings for the Rangers against the White Sox on Tuesday. He also showed why he could be an asset as a long reliever.
3/11/2014 | Mistakes hurt Saunders in first Cactus League start
New Rangers left-hander Joe Saunders allowed three earned runs and six hits in three innings, but the Rangers rallied from a 5-1 deficit in the eighth inning before losing, 7-6, to the White Sox in Cactus League action on Tuesday.
3/11/2014 | Washington: Rangers closer race remains wide open
After four outings, Neftali Feliz has a 4.50 ERA and opponents are hitting .333 off him. He has walked one, struck out one and not reclaimed the Rangers closer's role. Manager Ron Washington said that role remains open with three weeks to go in Spring Training and even suggested the Rangers could go to a committee if necessary.
3/11/2014 | Choo out with sore elbow, hopes to play Wednesday
Outfielder Shin-Soo Choo is the latest Rangers player to come down with one of those nagging Spring Training ailments. Choo said he has been bothered by a sore left elbow and was out of the lineup Tuesday against the White Sox.
3/10/2014 | Profar's homer, Andrus' two-run single spark Rangers
Jurickson Profar's second home run of the spring off of Reds starter Homer Bailey helped give Rangers starter Yu Darvish some rearly ryun support in an 8-2 victory on Monday afternoon at Surprise Stadium.
3/10/2014 | Profar closing in on playing in the field
Juriuckson Profar is close to full strength in his right shoulder and being able to play the field again.
3/10/2014 | Harrison ready to take big step in comeback
Tuesday will be another big step for Matt Harrison as he is scheduled to pitch in a B game against the Royals. It will be the first time Harrison has pitched against an opposing team since his second start of last season against the Angels on April 6.
3/10/2014 | Saunders, Hanson face White Sox
Left-hander Joe Saunders and right-hander Tommy Hanson, both competing for a spot in the rotation, will be on the mound Tuesday when the Rangers face the White Sox in Glendale.
3/10/2014 | MLBPA leader Clark meets with the Rangers
Former Tigers first baseman Tony Clark led a contingent of union officials who were in camp on Monday to meet with Rangers players. Clark took over as executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association after Michael Weiner passed away in the offseason.
3/10/2014 | Pitching deeper into games tops Darvish's wish list
Yu Darvish has a simple goal in mind for 2014. "I want to throw more innings," Darvish said after pitching five efficient ones in an 8-2 victory over the Reds on Monday afternoon at Surprise Stadium.
3/9/2014 | Profar getting closer to playing second
Jurickson Profar is still limited to designated hitter duty but is probably less than a week away from making his first appearance at second base in a Cactus League game. Profar has been dealing with shoulder tendinitis but his throwing program is advancing toward a conclusion.
3/9/2014 | Durable Rios still delayed by injury
Outfielder Alex Rios was out of the lineup for the fifth straight game on Sunday while dealing with a strained intercoastal muscle in his right rib cage. Rios also had a sore left toe earlier in Spring Training and has played in just four of 11 Cactus League games.
3/9/2014 | Washington follows MLB memo on playing regulars
The Rangers brought Jurickson Profar, Elvis Andrus, Prince Fielder and Leonys Martin to Peoria on Sunday for their Cactus League game against the Mariners. That satisfied Major League Baseball's edict that every team needs to have at least four starters or established players in their lineup every day in Spring Training.
3/9/2014 | Lewis takes big step in comeback, race for rotation
Colby Lewis wants to be in the Rangers rotation when the season opens. More outings like Sunday afternoon against the Mariners will help.
3/9/2014 | Rangers have more power arms on the way
Wilmer Font, Lisalverto Bonilla and Roman Mendez have "big" arms, the kind of power arms the Rangers love to collect and stash away in their farm system.
3/9/2014 | Fielder, Rangers pound King Felix for four earned runs
The Rangers touched Mariners ace Felix Hernandez for four earned runs Sunday, but Seattle rallied for a 9-8 victory over Texas at Peoria Stadium in a battle of AL West rivals.
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