11/20/2014 | Rangers bring back catcher Gimenez on Minors deal
The Rangers have brought back catcher Chris Gimenez on a Minor League contract with an invitation to Major League Spring Training. The club also added pitcher David Martinez on a Minor League deal with a Spring Training invite.
11/20/2014 | Rangers in wait-and-see mode with Ogando
The Rangers were hoping that injured right-handed pitcher Alexi Ogando would be ready by now to begin throwing in the Dominican Winter League. That is not going to happen anytime soon.
11/18/2014 | Waiver wire, Minor Leagues a treasure trove for Rangers
Last offseason, the Prince Fielder-Ian Kinsler trade made headlines across the country, but the Rangers' claim on Shawn Tolleson was buried in the transactions column in the back of the sports sections. This shows that a successful offseason is not always dictated by the biggest headlines.
11/17/2014 | Inbox: Should Rangers deal Andrus for pitching?
Should the Rangers move Elvis Andrus for pitching? Is there a sleeper player fans should watch for next season? Beat reporter T.R. Sullivan answers these questions and more in the latest Inbox.
11/17/2014 | Rangers announce 2015 Spring Training schedule
The Rangers announced their Spring Training schedule on Monday, which consists of 30 games in Arizona, two against the Dodgers on March 20-21 in San Antonio and two against the Mets on April 3-4 in Arlington.
11/15/2014 | Top performances, prospects from 2014 Fall League
The Arizona Fall League is known as baseball's finishing school because it has graduated a ton of talent to the Major Leagues since it began play in 1992. Here are the development highlights from the AFL's 23rd season for all 30 big league organizations.
11/14/2014 | Rangers extend Spanish broadcast contract
The Rangers have reached a multiyear contract extension with Deportes Media to continue their Spanish broadcasts on ESPN Deportes 1540.
11/14/2014 | After flurry of off-field moves, Texas eyes trade market
So far the Rangers have spent the offseason making news off the field, but on-field news should be forthcoming. "In the next couple of weeks, we are going to try and bring some things to a head," GM Jon Daniels said. "Right now, we're more focused on trades than free agents. There are some clubs that we line up with as far as depth."
11/13/2014 | Report: Daniels, Levine receive contract extensions
The Rangers extended the contracts of general manager Jon Daniels and assistant general manger Thad Levine on Thursday, according to CBS Sports. The club has not confirmed the extensions, but the reported deal for Daniels, whose contract would have expired after the 2015 season, is for multiple years.
11/13/2014 | Choo hosts Miracle League baseball clinic
Rangers outfielder Shin-Soo Choo spent Thursday afternoon teaching 25 special-needs children the basics of hitting, catching and pitching. He was joined by teammate Tanner Scheppers and bench coach Steve Buechele.
11/12/2014 | Rangers, Dodgers to square off at Alamodome
The Rangers and the defending National League West champion Dodgers will play a pair of exhibition games in the Alamodome in San Antonio next March as part of the Big League Weekend, which returns for its third year.
11/11/2014 | Beltre to be honored as Rangers Player of Year
Named Rangers Player of the Year, third baseman Adrian Beltre will be among those honored at the 2015 Dr Pepper Texas Rangers Awards Dinner on Jan. 23 at Dallas Omni Hotel.
11/11/2014 | Rangers' Faces of Freedom sends veterans to D.C.
Vets and Rangers fans such as Elivorio Luna, Ron Beaman and Mark German are among the honorees that represent all U.S. military branches and includes Purple Heart and Bronze Star awardees. It's the fourth year for the trip sponsored by the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation and Southwest Airlines.
11/11/2014 | Darvish to have MRI on right elbow next week
Yu Darvish will undergo an MRI on his right elbow on Nov. 20, with the Rangers optimistic he'll be cleared to begin a full throwing program aimed at getting him ready for the start of the 2015 regular season.
11/10/2014 | Inbox: Who is the Rangers' true staff ace?
Who is the ace of the Rangers' staff, Yu Darvish or Derek Holland? Beat reporter T.R. Sullivan takes a look at this issue and other questions in the latest Inbox.
11/7/2014 | Rangers Baseball Foundation presents $10,000 grant
Celeste High School in Hunt County, northeast of Dallas, is the latest benefactor of the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation.
11/7/2014 | Rangers eye free-agent catcher to complement Chirinos
The Rangers will not forget about their catching situation as they move into the offseason. The intriguing question is if the Rangers will remember some of the catchers who have been here before or if they will spend a little extra money to sign Nick Hundley.
11/6/2014 | Beltre in elite group with fourth Silver Slugger
Rangers All-Star Adrian Beltre is the fourth third baseman to win the Silver Slugger Award at least four times since its inception in 1980, joining Wade Boggs, Mike Schmidt and Matt Williams.
11/6/2014 | Rangers' De Leon rakes in Fall League win
Michael De Leon is the youngest player in the history of the Arizona Fall League, but his age has hardly been a factor as he continues to prove he belongs.
11/6/2014 | Eli Young Band's House Party set for Saturday
Globe Life Park will be swaying to the music this weekend with the second annual Eli Young Band's House Party beginning at 5 p.m. CT on Saturday.
11/4/2014 | After 16-year career, Soriano hangs up spikes
Alfonso Soriano is retiring from the Major Leagues after 16 seasons, according to a report from The Associated Press.
11/4/2014 | Andrus, Banister headline an Evening with the Rangers
Manager Jeff Banister and shortstop Elvis Andrus will headline an Evening with the Rangers on Dec. 17 at Globe Life Park in Arlington.
11/4/2014 | Rangers, CBS Radio enter multiyear agreement
The Rangers and CBS Radio announced Tuesday they have entered a multiyear agreement for Dallas-Fort Worth's 105.3 The FAN to become the club's exclusive English-radio play-by-play home beginning next season.
11/4/2014 | Magadan hopes to help Rangers get swagger back on offense
Dave Magadan, having agreed last week to return as the Rangers' hitting coach, is busy mapping out a mission for his hitters in 2015 as they try to recover from the trials and tribulations they went through this season. Magadan does not want his hitters to forget about what happened in 2014. Instead he wants them to use it to cop an attitude for 2015.
11/3/2014 | Nine players come off DL to complete 40-man roster
The Rangers have reinstated nine players -- including Prince Fielder and Yu Darvish -- from the 60-day disabled list, leaving them with a full 40-man roster.