8/29/2016 | Beltre helmet bit hilarious; Yu sits down M's
The Rangers scored five runs in the first three innings on Monday, and Yu Darvish struck out nine and allowed three runs as Texas rolled past the Mariners. Adam Lind knocked in a run for Seattle, but Hisashi Iwakuma allowed five runs in three innings.
8/29/2016 | Banister not worried about Dyson's command
Rangers manager Jeff Banister wasn't willing to look too deep into Sam Dyson's recent control issues after he escaped a bases-loaded jam to pick up his 29th save of the year on Sunday against the Indians.
8/29/2016 | Rangers feel Gomez is close to finding swing
Rangers manager Jeff Banister thinks that Carlos Gomez is a "click-or-two" away from starting to find his groove.
8/29/2016 | Mariners run into Hamels in playoff chase
James Paxton, who tossed 6 1/3 shutout innings against the Rangers on June 11, gets the start against Texas on Tuesday, He'll go up against Cole Hamels, who has a 2.04 ERA in August.
8/28/2016 | Gomez endears himself to new club with glove
Carlos Gomez made a loud entrance to Globe Life Park when he smacked an emotional three-run home run in the first at-bat of his Rangers debut on Thursday. Since, though, he's been hitless and that continued with an 0-for-3 line in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Indians. But Gomez was still able to make an impact in the win with two fine defensive plays in left field.
8/28/2016 | Rangers edge Indians, pad lead in AL West
If the Indians and Rangers see each other again this season, it will be under the bright October lights with much more on the line. For now, Texas will have to settle for finishing off a successful season series with the Tribe with a 2-1 victory on Sunday at Globe Life Park.
8/28/2016 | Holland's adjustments pay off with consistency
Derek Holland fired his second straight start of six innings with one run allowed in the Rangers' 2-1 victory over the Indians Sunday afternoon to win the four-game series over the American League Central leaders.
8/28/2016 | Iwakuma, Darvish set for all-Japan matchup
Two Japanese-born pitchers have started against each other just 13 times in Major League history, but Mariners right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma will make it twice in the span of six days when he faces the Rangers' Yu Darvish in Monday's series opener at Globe Life Park in Arlington.
8/28/2016 | Banister to align aces for high-leverage series
Rangers manager Jeff Banister has options for his approach to the upcoming series against the Astros and Mariners. Thirteen of the team's next 16 games come against the two divisional opponents, who each trail the Rangers by 7 1/2 games in the American League West, going into Sunday.
8/28/2016 | Rangers clinch season series from Indians
With a 7-0 win Saturday night, the Rangers took the season series over the Indians, heading into the finale of a four-game set on Sunday. The next time they meet could be in October.
8/27/2016 | More-grand: Rangers slam Tribe to back Griffin
The American League's top two teams expected some back and forth in their series this week, but trading blowouts was probably not what the Rangers and Indians had in mind. On Saturday night, A.J. Griffin's strong start and a big first inning helped Texas pull off a 7-0 romp over the Tribe at Globe Life Park.
8/27/2016 | Holland, Salazar set for finale of marquee series
Rangers left-hander Derek Holland and Indians right-hander Danny Salazar will square off in the finale of a four-game series between the top teams in the American League on Sunday afternoon at Globe Life Park.
8/27/2016 | Jeffress out while MLB investigates arrest
Major League Baseball informed the Rangers on Saturday that right-hander Jeremy Jeffress will remain on the MLB restricted list as it investigates his DWI from Friday.
8/27/2016 | Choo hoping to join Rangers in postseason
Shin-Soo Choo's regular season came to an end when his right forearm was fractured by a pitch on Aug. 15 and he was forced to have surgery. But the Rangers outfielder, who is on the 15-day disabled list, is holding out hope that he can return for a possible postseason run.
8/27/2016 | Perez lacking put-away pitch against Indians
Despite Martin Perez's struggles since the beginning of July, the Rangers left-hander has continued to be among the Majors' best pitchers at home. That wasn't the case Friday against Cleveland.
8/27/2016 | McKenzie, Borucki among top prospect performers Friday
Fans in attendance for Friday's matchup between Class A Lake County and Lansing were treated to a pitchers' duel between starters Triston McKenzie and Ryan Borucki, who combined for 11 scoreless innings and 18 strikeouts.
8/26/2016 | Tribe relentless in Texas to back Kluber
The Rangers and Indians have each put their Cy Young candidate on display this series. On Friday night, it was Corey Kluber's turn to show why he belongs in the discussion, and he did just that in a 12-1 victory at Globe Life Park.
8/26/2016 | Carrasco locked in entering showdown with Rangers
Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco, coming off one of his finest performances of the season, will look to keep his momentum going against the Rangers on Saturday night at Globe Life Park. Texas counters with righty A.J. Griffin.
8/26/2016 | Lucroy, Indians move on from near trade
After Jonathan Lucroy reached second base in the second inning on Thursday night, Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor said something to the Rangers catcher before patting him on the back. If Cleveland fans thought Lindor had any harsh words for Lucroy, they were wrong.
8/26/2016 | Jeffress placed on restricted list after arrest
Rangers right-hander Jeremy Jeffress was arrested early Friday morning on a DWI charge, and he has been placed on Major League Baseball's restricted list.
8/26/2016 | Keeping it simple: Darvish using high-spin fastball more often
Yu Darvish is best known for his wide variety of pitches, but now that we've finally had a chance to get him in front of the Statcast radars, we can see that his best pitch might be his simplest -- his high-spin four-seam fastball.
8/26/2016 | Lucroy faces Indians for 1st time since vetoing deal
Jonathan Lucroy has flourished in his short time with the Rangers, hitting seven homers with 14 RBIs through 20 games. The veteran catcher faced what could've been a different reality, though, when the Rangers opened up a four-game series over the Indians with a 9-0 win on Thursday.
8/25/2016 | Hamels lives in strike zone in win vs. Indians
Rangers left-hander Cole Hamels said he felt embarrassed that he's on pace to walk more batters this season than any other in his 11-year-career. There was nothing embarrassing about his outing against the Indians on Thursday, though, as he threw eight scoreless innings on two hits and struck out eight while walking none in the Rangers' 9-0 victory.
8/25/2016 | Lewis targeting Sept. 3 for Rangers return
Right-hander Colby Lewis, on the 60-day disabled list with a right lat strain, expects his second rehab start to come on Monday. He's still deciding whether he will make it with Double-A Frisco or Triple-A Round Rock, who are both on the road that day.
8/25/2016 | Rangers' big bats, Hamels lead way past Tribe
Cole Hamels has put himself into the thick of the American League Cy Young Award discussion with a stellar second half. That continued on Thursday night, when the Rangers' ace overpowered the Indians, and the offense was equally as potent, in a 9-0 victory in the opener of the four-game set between division leaders.
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