6/25/2016 | Rangers wary of overusing Dyson
Rangers manager Jeff Banister is aware that his closer, Sam Dyson, is on pace to set a club record with 86 appearances this season. Entering Saturday's game, Dyson's 39 appearances were tied for the most in the American League.
6/25/2016 | Rangers calling up Chi Chi to start on Monday
The Rangers announced Saturday that right-hander Chi Chi Gonzalez will be recalled from Triple-A Round Rock on Monday to start against the Yankees in New York.
6/25/2016 | Q&A: Hough discusses life as a knuckleballer
Hough has a thorough understanding for the challenges of surviving as a knuckleball pitcher, which is why he has become a resource for several knuckleballers. Hough is this week's subject in the Q&A:
6/25/2016 | Penned in: Diekman, Bush struggle
Rangers manager Jeff Banister wanted to stay away from closer Sam Dyson on Friday night. Left-hander Jake Diekman and right-hander Matt Bush are usually reliable alternatives in those situations.
6/24/2016 | Mookie's mash, Koji's K's cap wild night
The Red Sox stunned the Rangers with four runs in the ninth inning and rallied for an 8-7 victory at Globe Life Park. The comeback came against relievers Jake Diekman and Matt Bush as the Rangers were trying to stay away from using closer Sam Dyson.
6/24/2016 | AL ERA leader Wright faces red-hot Rangers
The Rangers will activate A.J. Griffin off the disabled list on Saturday night when he faces Red Sox knuckleballer Steven Wright at Globe Life Park.
6/24/2016 | Murphy: 'Being here felt like home'
Before retired Rangers outfielder David Murphy was honored prior to Friday night's game against the Red Sox at Globe Life Park, he met with the media to talk about his career, among other things. Accompanying him were his wife, his four children and his parents, making it quite clear why he decided to call it quits at age 34.
6/24/2016 | If selected, Hamels positioned to start ASG
The Rangers are spending Friday and Saturday filling out player ballots for the All-Star Game presented by MasterCard. While the fans pick the starting lineups, the players vote for nine reserves, five starting pitchers and three relievers.
6/23/2016 | Rangers rolling, own largest MLB division lead
After their win over the Reds Wednesday night, they found themselves with a 10-game lead in their division, and ended the grueling stretch at 16-4. The owners of the best record in the American League won't be caught patting themselves on the back, though.
6/23/2016 | #ASGWorthy: Desmond's bounceback key to Rangers' success
Ian Desmond is not into history. He sees no reason to talk about it. His focus is on today and tomorrow.
6/23/2016 | Fans must start voting now to get in all 35 ballots
The 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot is down to its final week, and here are 10 important things to know as you continue deciding starters for the 87th All-Star Game presented by MasterCard on July 12 at Petco Park in San Diego.
6/23/2016 | Rangers show knack for finding bullpen talent
The Rangers have identified their bullpen as one possible area of upgrade this summer. Recent history shows the odds are good the Rangers will find one or two relievers who fit their need.
6/22/2016 | Count on Cole: Ace steps up his game
Rangers starter Cole Hamels steered the rotation back in the right direction on Wednesday night. That may become an increasingly important job for him in the potentially turbulent weeks ahead.
6/22/2016 | Hamels continues dominance of Reds
Backed by a four-run fourth inning, Cole Hamels struck out eight and allowed one run in six innings as the Rangers defeated the Reds, 6-4, to split the two-game series Wednesday night at Globe Life Park.
6/22/2016 | Price aims to keep Rangers' bats in check
Red Sox left-hander David Price will get the nod against Rangers right-hander Nick Martinez in the opener of a three-game series Friday night at Globe Life Park.
6/22/2016 | Lewis out 2 months with strained lat muscle
Rangers pitcher Colby Lewis is expected to miss up to two months with a strained lat muscle in the back of his right shoulder.
6/22/2016 | Injuries have Rangers' rotation in flux
Just a few weeks ago, the Rangers thought their rotation was at full strength with all five starters appearing to be 100 percent healthy.
6/22/2016 | Rangers place Holland on DL, recall Jackson
The Rangers placed left-hander Derek Holland on the 15-day disabled list with left shoulder inflammation and recalled right-hander Luke Jackson from Triple-A Round Rock before Wednesday's game against the Reds.
6/21/2016 | Short set in Arlington ends with Straily facing Hamels
Cole Hamels will square off against Dan Straily on Wednesday night at Globe Life Park in the finale of the two-game set.
6/21/2016 | Reds strike early to cool off red-hot Rangers
The hottest team in baseball was stopped on Tuesday night. Behind four RBIs from Jay Bruce and three from Zack Cozart, the Reds marched to an 8-2 victory over the Rangers that snapped their seven-game winning streak.
6/21/2016 | Cramp in triceps ends Lewis' night early
Colby Lewis exited his start against the Reds on Tuesday after five innings after experiencing cramps in his right triceps. He will be re-evaluated on Wednesday.
6/21/2016 | Rangers acquire Kubitza from Angels
The Rangers on Tuesday acquired Kyle Kubitza. Kubitza will take Tom Wilhelmsen's spot on the 40-man roster and report to Triple-A Round Rock.
6/21/2016 | Rangers dedicate Oates Field in West Dallas
On Tuesday afternoon, the Rangers dedicated Oates Field presented by Papa Johns at the site of the team's new MLB Youth Academy in West Dallas, honoring the most beloved manager in franchise history, Johnny Oates, who died of a brain tumor in 2004 at age 58.
6/21/2016 | Andrus, Beltre, Desmond need ASG vote help
The Rangers have the best record in the American League, and second best in the Majors behind the Cubs, but they do not have a single position player in line to start the 2016 All-Star Game, being held on July 12 at San Diego's Petco Park, after the latest ballot update was released on Tuesday.
6/21/2016 | 5 keys to Rangers' ascent in the AL
The Rangers are an example of how the best teams, many times, are the deepest teams.
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