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Though the Rangers expect to be active and aggressive in acquiring pitching this offseason, they still must evaluate 14 arms on the 40-man roster.
As the Rangers approached the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline in 2016, they had multiple discussions with the Twins about reliever Brandon Kintzler. At the time, the Rangers were looking to add depth to their bullpen for a postseason run and Kintzler had just emerged as a potential closer for the Twins.
Jim Callis checks in on the Rangers' Arizona Fall League participants, led by recently converted catcher Josh Morgan.
Vote for Adrian Beltre (Personality of the Year) in the 2017 Esurance MLB Awards, baseball's ultimate honors.
The Rangers' deep disappointment over a losing season and failure to reach the postseason did not extend to scouting and player development.
How are the Rangers going to go about rebuilding their bullpen? Will they go after another bat for center field or will they just stick to pitching? Beat reporter T.R. Sullivan answers Texas fans' questions.
The Rangers need for starting pitching is well-documented. They have Cole Hamels and Martin Perez ($6 million club option) coming back and that's it.
The Rangers announced Thursday they have purchased the Class A Hickory Crawdads of the South Atlantic League. The Rangers have had a working relationship with Hickory since 2009 and won the 2015 South Atlantic League title.
Who do the Rangers have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Texas' Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
The Rangers have cleared four spots on their 40-man roster by out-righting pitcher Paolo Espino, infielders Phil Gosselin and Will Middlebrooks and outfielder Jared Hoying to Triple-A Round Rock.
Michael O'Neill put up the best season of his professional career in 2017 and carried that momentum over to the Arizona Fall League, where he led Surprise to a 3-1 win over Salt River on Wednesday night.
There is no secret the Rangers will be interested in Japanese pitcher Shohei Ohtani if he is posted as expected by the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters Fighters this offseason. But Ohtani is hardly the only pitcher from Japan who will be on the Rangers' list. Another intriguing option is right-hander Miles Mikolas, one of 40 pitchers used by the Rangers in their 95-loss 2014 season.
Joey Gallo and Delino DeShields are expected to be vital members of the Rangers lineup next season, but their exact roles are to be determined.
The stress-free environment of instructional league makes it the perfect place to experiment with players at different positions. During the Rangers' four-week camp in Surprise, Ariz., former outfielders Jairo Beras and James Jones continued their transition to the mound.
The Rangers need to rebuild both their starting rotation and their bullpen. One significant issue being weighed is whether to move right-hander Matt Bush to the rotation or keep him in the bullpen.
Outfielder Don Lock, who was one of the few bright spots for the expansion Washington Senators before they moved to Texas, passed away Sunday according to the Wichita Eagle. He was 81.
The Rangers have exercised the option on manager Jeff Banister's contract for the 2019 season, and are bringing back six of his eight coaches to the staff for the 2018 season.
The Rangers appear to have their center fielder of the future in Leody Taveras, but if the talent on hand in instructional league is any indication, there will be a number of worthy challengers.
Kyle Cody and Ronald Guzman put up impressive seasons that culminated in Rangers Prospects of the Year honors.
General manager Jon Daniels made it clear on the direction of the Rangers going into the offseason.
Rangers pitchers had 1.98 strikeouts per walk this season, the second-lowest in the American League. Their staff had 1,107 strikeouts, the fewest in the league, and 559 walks, the third most.
Texas had its moments in 2017, and there is still a core group of talent to build around. But the season showed there is also work ahead to get back to a level it expects.
There isn't going to be any massive rebuilding or youth movement in Arlington this offseason. The Rangers aren't about to tear this apart and start over after just one losing season.
Adrian Beltre smacked one more hit and received one more standing ovation. Nomar Mazara, down to his last at-bat, had a two-run double to put him over the century mark in RBI in his second big league season.
Athletics outfielder Khris Davis had one more blast for the Rangers before the season was over.
The 2017 season wasn't as kind to Cole Hamels as previous ones had been.
Both the San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers had designs on the postseason in 2017. For a variety of reasons, things didn't work out as planned. The consolation prize? Getting to pick at the top of the 2018 Draft.
The Rangers will begin the off-season with meetings with the eight members of their coaching staff. The Rangers have given no indication what changes -- if any -- will be made to the staff.
Joey Gallo hit a 2-run homer off of A's starter Daniel Gossett in the second inning on Saturday for his 40th of the year to give the Rangers a 2-0 lead.
Andrew Cashner earned his career-high 11th victory in helping pitch the Rangers to an 8-4 victory over the Athletics on Saturday night at Globe Life Park.
Elvis Andrus continued the best season of his career on Friday night with another pair of impressive milestones.
With Alex Claudio's 11th save on Friday night, the left-hander passed Matt Bush for the club lead.
Shin-Soo Choo had a two-run homer and Nomar Mazara knocked in two runs, giving him 99 RBIs on the season, as the Rangers edged the A's. Jed Lowrie got his 48th double, the most for a player in Oakland A's history, and Renato Nunez connected for a three-run homer, the first of his career.