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After successful Tommy John surgery, Yu Darvish is back in All-Star form. In his first appearance on the mound this spring, he broke Hanser Alberto's bat.
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There was still some thunder lingering in Arizona, and it came from Field No. 1 behind the main stadium. Josh Hamilton, who missed last season because of left knee surgery, was taking batting practice.
As Nomar Mazara gets ready for his "sophomore" season in the Major Leagues, he faces the challenges of a second year.
There is much going with the Rangers as they get ready to defend another division title. There is a new ballpark on the horizon and construction beginning on a new entertainment venue. Rob Matwick, the Rangers vice president of business operations, is overseeing it all as well as the fan experience at Globe Life Park. He has three messages for fans on Presidents Day.
Rangers manager Jeff Banister confirmed that Alex Claudio did enough last year to earn a spot in the 2017 bullpen.
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Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus showed up to Spring Training on Saturday, and he said he has no limitations as he completes his recovery from offseason surgery to repair a sports hernia.
Add infielder Will Middlebrooks to the list of Rangers players influenced by the signing of first baseman Mike Napoli. Middlebrooks can also be put on the list of those who are not going to let it get him down, even though he signed with Texas in November with the idea of trying to win a job as its first baseman.
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Rookie right-hander Connor Sadzeck is in his second big league camp, and pitching coach Doug Brocail said he can see a big difference from last season.
The Rangers are not expecting third baseman Adrian Beltre to play at the start of the World Baseball Classic because of a strained left calf muscle, the club announced on Friday. An MRI confirmed the diagnosis of a Grade 1 strain, and he is expected to be sidelined about three weeks. But Beltre was adamant on Saturday morning that he has not ruled that out completely, even though the Rangers have already announced he would not play at least in the first round.
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Jurickson Profar and Joey Gallo are two of the most highly rated prospects to come out of the Rangers' farm system. Over the past few years, both have been ranked No. 1 in Texas' system and in the MLBPipeline.com Top 10. Now they continue to wait their turn to see what the next six weeks holds in store for them.
The Rangers had 14 pitchers throw their second bullpen session of the spring Friday, and pitching coach Doug Brocail was thrilled with what he saw. "We had a phenomenal day," Brocail said. "Everybody looked great." Phenomenal days in February don't mean much, except Friday's group included Tanner Scheppers.
The Rangers and Mike Napoli on Thursday announced that they had finalized a one-year contract with a club option for 2018. According to a source, the deal is for a minimum of $8.5 million, with a $6 million base, an $11 million option and a $2.5 million buyout.
Shin-Soo Choo is likely to get significant time at designated hitter this season. It may be more than he wants, but that's the biggest development with the Rangers' signing of first baseman Mike Napoli.
The biggest mystery in Rangers camp may be Josh Hamilton, but he doesn't see it that way. Hamilton, who reported to camp on Thursday, said he expects to be on the Rangers' Opening Day roster.
Rougned Odor is only beginning to learn how good he can be, although the Rangers were more than satisfied with what he did in 2016.
Yu Darvish was one of 16 pitchers throwing off a mound on Wednesday in his first official bullpen session of the spring. "Today was 80 percent," Darvish said. "Last year at this time it was 30 percent. Last year I was on rehab. This year I'm ready to pitch."
For the second straight year, right-hander A.J. Griffin enters Spring Training having to win a spot in the rotation.He may be better equipped to do so this spring.
After years of trying to control ulcerative colitis with medication, Jake Diekman decided to finally undergo surgery to have his colon removed when the condition seemed to get worse in December.
Colby Lewis had a remarkable run with the Rangers but it is officially over. Lewis is not ready to retire but he acknowledged on Tuesday he is not returning to the Rangers.
The Rangers have acquired Eddie Gamboa from the Rays for either a player to be named or cash considerations.
Lucroy is all about people, whether it is family, teammates, close friends, American veterans or orphans on the other side of the world. He carries it daily in his life, both with the Rangers and beyond the baseball field.
The Rangers have signed left-handed pitcher Adam Loewen to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training.
Texas Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor has been added to the Team Venezuela roster and will participate in the World Baseball Classic, the club announced Monday.
One might take a cursory look at the Rangers' pitching staff and determine this year is going to be challenging for pitching coach Doug Brocail.
The Rangers need to find a dependable late-inning left-handed reliever, which is one of many reasons why they will be watching the World Baseball Classic closely.
This is the time of year where everybody is eager to get to Spring Training, if they are not already there. This is the 15th season for the Rangers in Surprise, Ariz., on the 132-acre training facility they share with the Royals.
The Rangers are never done tinkering, but when they finally get to Opening Day, they will have to settle on a 25-man roster. Here is what that could look like:
The Rangers signed right-hander Anthony Bass to a Minor League contract that includes an invite to Major League Spring Training, the club announced on Saturday.
A perfect season for the Rangers means they have won the World Series. There is no other goal. The Rangers have reached a point where division titles are only a means to the end
The Rangers go into Spring Training with the simple vision of winning this season.