7/10/2014 | Washington fuming following blowout loss to Halos
This loss set off manager Ron Washington and he let his team know about directly during a postgame clubhouse meeting. Washington wasn't happy and he didn't try to hide his wrath after a 15-6 loss to the Angels on Thursday night. The Rangers' clubhouse was closed for 30 minutes after the game while Washington met with his team.
7/10/2014 | West gets first taste of Majors; Irwin to Triple-A
The Rangers have called up right-hander Matt West from Triple-A Round Rock, optioned pitcher Phil Irwin and are preparing for the possibility of Scott Baker starting Sunday against the Angels.
7/10/2014 | Ross having command issues at Triple-A
Left-hander Robbie Ross Jr. is continuing to struggle at Triple-A Round Rock since being sent down by the Rangers.
7/10/2014 | Holland in limbo regarding rehab assignment
Rangers pitcher Derek Holland, who has been on the disabled list all season while recovering from surgery on his left knee, said he has still not been told when he will be sent to the Minor Leagues on a medical rehabilitation assignment.
7/10/2014 | Rangers go through bunt drills
Third-base coach Gary Pettis had nine players out for early bunting work Thursday. Joining him were catchers Robinson Chirinos and Chris Gimenez, infielders Elvis Andrus, Rougned Odor and Adam Rosales and outfielders Leonys Martin, Daniel Robertson, Jake Smolinski and James Adduci.
7/10/2014 | Fielder hopes to be healed, ready for Spring Training
The Rangers and Prince Fielder are hopeful he'll be ready to go for Spring Training in 2015, but for now, the first baseman is still unable to do anything baseball related, and coming back this season is not on his radar.
7/10/2014 | Tepesch tasked with taming Angels' hot bats
It's righty Nick Tepesch's job to try to help the Rangers rebound from a blowout loss when he takes the mound Friday night in the second game of a four-game series. Tepesch will oppose righty Garrett Richards and the offensively talented Angels in Arlington.
7/9/2014 | Rangers strike early, but fall to Astros in finale
With an 8-4 loss to the Astros on Wednesday night, the Rangers dropped their fourth in a row and 18th in 21 games to put them 15 games under .500.
7/9/2014 | Rangers lose replay challenge in sixth vs. Astros
Rangers manager Ron Washington unsuccessfully challenged a play in the sixth inning of the Rangers-Astros matchup.
7/9/2014 | Angels rolling, but look to break hex in Texas
In the opener of the final series before the All-Star break, a four-game set, the red-hot Angels look to snap their eight-game losing streak at Globe Life Park behind starter Hector Santiago, who will face Colby Lewis on Thursday.
7/9/2014 | Darvish OK after getting hit in head by ball in BP
A day after he was hit in the head with a baseball during batting practice, Rangers ace Yu Darvish was OK and made his start Wednesday night against the Astros.
7/9/2014 | Rangers waiting for Martin to heat up vs. lefties
Rangers center fielder Leonys Martin is hitting .274 on the season and .296 against right-handed pitchers, but is hitting nearly .100 lower than that against lefties.
7/9/2014 | Mendez turns in stellar Major League debut
Right-hander Roman Mendez made his Major League debut Tuesday night against the Astros, pitching two scoreless innings to become just the third pitcher in club history to throw for at least two innings without a hit in his Major League debut.
7/8/2014 | All-Star hopeful Keuchel aims to finish sweep of Texas
In terms of the schedule, Wednesday night, according to Astros left-handed pitcher Dallas Keuchel, is one of the two most important starts he'll throw this year. He'll take on Yu Darvish and the Rangers as Houston goes for the sweep in Arlington.
7/8/2014 | Rangers in position to listen on Frasor, Cotts
With Neftali Feliz and Roman Mendez in the big leagues, the Rangers have positioned themselves to see what they can get for relievers Jason Frasor and Neal Cotts before the July 31 Trade Deadline.
7/8/2014 | Soriano available for team needing DH
The Rangers are a team without a designated hitter. Alfonso Soriano is a proven Major League hitter who has been designated for assignment. They aren't going to claim him off waivers but Soriano could be an option for a team that took a chance on Carlos Pena last month.
7/8/2014 | Adduci making progress
Rangers outfielder and first baseman Jim Adduci has been hitting off a tee, and will take regular batting practice Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. He is close to being able to go on a medical rehab assignment if all goes well this week.
7/8/2014 | Darvish hit in head during batting practice
Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish was hit in the head Tuesday during batting practice while he was playing catch in the outfield, but didn't seem too shaken up by it.
7/8/2014 | Irwin, Rangers fall behind early, lose to Astros
Rangers starter Phil Irwin gave up two runs in a bizarre first inning in his debut on Tuesday. The Rangers, down 2-0 right away, spent the rest of the night trying to catch the Astros and were unable to do so. Instead the Astros pulled away to an 8-3 victory.
7/8/2014 | Bryant, Betts highlight First-Half All-Prospect team
MLBPipeline.com has put together a First-Half All-Prospect team, featuring the prospects who performed the best during the first few months of the 2014 season. The list includes Cubs 2013 first-round Draft pick Kris Bryant and a trio of Red Sox, led by Mookie Betts.
7/8/2014 | Rangers' Irwin ready for new chance vs. Astros
Phil Irwin makes his second Major League start Tuesday night as the Rangers take on Brad Peacock and the Houston Astros at Globe Life Park.
7/7/2014 | Rangers rev up offense, but big inning lifts Astros
Monday night was an offensive showdown between the AL West's two bottom teams, each desperately seeking a win -- the Astros with a seven-game losing skid, the Rangers returning home after a 1-6 road trip. And as their bats showed, each were relentless in their quest for the win column. The Astros set the tone early, and it carried them to a 12-7 win.
7/7/2014 | Soto making strides; Adduci, Holland to get checked
Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said that catcher Geovany Soto, who had surgery on his right knee at the conclusion of Spring Training, should be able to rejoin the Rangers in Toronto after the All-Star break if all goes as planned.
7/7/2014 | Rangers send down struggling Choice
Just a day after they arrived back in Texas from a seven-game road trip in which they went 1-6, the Rangers made four roster moves Monday. Michael Choice has been optioned to Triple-A Round Rock, while Donnie Murphy has been designated for assignment. The Rangers have recalled right-handed pitcher Roman Mendez and have purchased the contract of outfielder Jake Smolinski.
7/7/2014 | Martinez scratched from Tuesday start
Rangers right-hander Nick Martinez has been scratched from his start against the Astros Tuesday with discomfort in his left side from batting practice last week.
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