The Rangers have released veteran first baseman James Loney, the club announced on Monday.
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Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre's bumpy road to Opening Day has hit another pothole.
The Rangers are almost always buyers when it comes to the July 31 Trade Deadline, and that will very likely be the case this upcoming season.
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Mike Napoli hit his second home run of the spring, this one off Dodgers starter Scott Kazmir, and the Rangers went on to a 3-2 victory at Surprise Stadium on Sunday.
Alex Claudio seems quiet and shy among his Rangers teammates, almost unnoticeable among the bigger personalities and voices echoing through the clubhouse. It's almost hard to believe Claudio was a loud "troublemaker" growing up in Juncos, Puerto Rico.
Cole Hamels will be the Rangers No. 3 starter going into the season. The Rangers plan on using Yu Darvish and Martin Perez in the first two games before Hamels makes his first start on April 5 against the Indians. The order does not mean a demotion. It just shows that the Rangers might take extra care of their senior starting pitcher this season.
Delino DeShields continues to enjoy a terrific spring, showing why he could be an everyday threat at the top of the Rangers lineup.
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Rangers reliever Tanner Scheppers has a strain in his lower abdomen, but it is not a sports hernia. He was able to play catch on Sunday, and making the Opening Day roster is still a possibility.
The Rangers are in agreement with second baseman Rougned Odor on a six-year, $49.5 million contract extension, according to Major League sources and multiple media outlets.
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Rangers manager Jeff Banister confirmed that Yu Darvish will be the Opening Day starter on April 3 against the Indians at Globe Life Park in Arlington.
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Dillon Overton, a southpaw acquired from the A's in January, threw six innings of one-run ball in his second Cactus League start as Seattle topped the Rangers, 3-1.
Center fielder Carlos Gomez remains sidelined with a jammed left shoulder, and the Rangers aren't sure when he'll be back in the lineup.
Nick Martinez and Eddie Gamboa have done their best to give the Rangers some options in the rotation and bullpen.
Right-hander Mike Hauschild and left-hander Dario Alvarez could be headed for the Opening Day roster in an eight-man bullpen now that Tanner Scheppers is sidelined with a strained abdominal muscle.
Adrian Beltre is enjoying the best stretch of his career. He, however, has yet to win a world championship, and that, he admits is something missing from his career.
Martin Perez had the upper hand over Jhoulys Chacin in the battle of Venezuelan starters as the Rangers held on to defeat the Padres, 4-3, at Surprise Stadium on Friday. Perez followed up his two starts for Team Venezuela in the World Baseball Classic by holding the Padres scoreless over five innings.
The next World Baseball Classic is due in 2021. Jonathan Lucroy said getting guys to play for Team USA should not be a problem. "If any player turns it down, they should look in the mirror and check themselves," Lucroy said. "I get the starting pitchers because of the timetable. There is no excuse for anybody else. Everyone else should want to go. It's an experience like no other. You put USA across your jersey, you can't replicate that anywhere else. You are playing for an entire country. There is nothing like it."
Sam Dyson rejoins the Rangers after helping Team USA to a World Baseball Classic championship. He pitched six innings over five games and did not allow a baserunner. Dyson struck out four while working as a setup reliever.
Shin-Soo Choo is equal parts eager to please and impossible to satisfy. He expects so much from himself that, when things inevitably go awry somewhere in the midst of a 162-game schedule, he wears those struggles on his sleeve, feeling he's let both himself and his team down. That's how it's been for the entirety of Choo's Major League career, and that was especially how it was in a lost 2016 that saw him make four trips to the disabled list.
The workload for Rangers relievers Sam Dyson and Alex Claudio -- who both delivered strong performances in the World Baseball Classic -- is about normal at this point in the spring.
Chase Utley got the Dodgers started with a two-run home run in the first inning, and behind ace Clayton Kershaw, they went on to a 10-2 victory over the Rangers at Surprise Stadium on Thursday.
A fourth starter has been identified in Rangers camp. A.J. Griffin was given the front-line starting pitcher treatment Thursday when the Rangers let him do his work in a Minor League game.
Astros' No. 13 prospect J.D. Davis is hitting well lately, going 3-for-4 on Wednesday and notching multihit games in three of his past six contests.
The Rangers' competition in left field is coming to a close in Spring Training. It may end without a winner or loser being declared. Ryan Rua, Delino DeShields and Jurickson Profar have all put themselves in position to be on the Opening Day roster.
Mike Trout hit his first home run of the spring, but it wasn't enough to prevent the split-squad Angels from falling to the Rangers, 7-4, on Wednesday at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
After being away the last two weeks while playing for the Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic, Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre returned to the Texas lineup on Tuesday.