Rangers infielder Jurickson Profar had three hits, including a double, in his first eight at-bats against left-handed pitching this spring.
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Left-handed pitcher Cole Ragans, who was the Rangers' No. 1 pick in the 2016 MLB Draft, has a torn ligament in his elbow and will undergo Tommy John surgery.
Jesse Chavez played the role of long reliever for the Rangers on Saturday night and did it well for three innings against the Royals.
A rough outing against the Royals on a windy Saturday afternoon has not rattled Bartolo Colon's confidence. Twenty-year veterans do not get rattled by one bad game.
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Rangers' depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
The Rangers had two Odors playing together for two innings on Saturday. Both were named Rougned Odor.
The list of Major League power hitters who batted second in the lineup last year includes Giancarlo Stanton, Kris Bryant, Josh Donaldson and Mike Trout. Joey Gallo could do that for the Rangers this year.
Who do the Rangers have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Texas' Top 30 Prospects on MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
Beltre sported St. Patrick's Day suspenders
Cole Hamels will be the Opening Day starter for the Rangers when they face the defending champion Houston Astros on March 29, manager Jeff Banister announced on Friday.
Mike Minor hasn't been a starting pitcher in the Major Leagues since 2014, but he has certainly looked the part in Rangers camp.
Still on the hunt for a backup catcher, the Rangers are facing some tough roster decisions as Spring Training winds down. Texas still has to make a decision on catcher Juan Centeno, because he is out of options. He could also play a significant role on the team if he is there on Opening Day.
Activity at the Texas Rangers MLB Youth Academy is in full swing, with multiple youth teams taking the field at the Mercy Street Sports Complex each day.
Rangers reliever Keone Kela appeared in a Cactus League game for the first time since March 5. He worked one inning, allowing a home run and striking out one.
Questions still remain about how the Rangers will fill their left-field needs, but one possibility is a platoon of Ryan Rua and Drew Robinson.
Rangers left-handed reliever Alex Claudio thrives despite not lighting up the radar gun, thanks in part to his versatility and confidence.
The baseball world lost a coaching legend on Thursday. Augie Garrido, a five-time College World Series champion with Cal State Fullerton and Texas, died early Thursday morning at age 79.
The composition of the Rangers' Opening Day roster depends on two things: How many pitchers will they take, and what will their roles be?
Every Spring Training, prospects get a chance to show what they can do as they prepare for the upcoming season. Some compete for jobs in big league camp, while others vie for spots on Minor League affiliates. MLB Pipeline will visit all 30 camps this spring, and today we check in on the Rangers.
As part of MLB Pipeline's visit to all 30 Spring Training facilities, we're sitting down with prospects and getting to know them a little better. At Rangers camp, it was Texas' No. 3 prospect, Hans Crouse.
The Rangers have optioned outfielder Willie Calhoun to Triple-A Round Rock. The move opens up left field for a possible platoon of Ryan Rua and Drew Robinson.
The Rangers are likely going with a 13-man pitching staff to open the regular season after optioning Willie Calhoun to Triple-A Round Rock on Tuesday.
Jesse Chavez can start, relieve, do both or not make the team. Exactly what Chavez's role is going to be is unclear with just two weeks to go before Spring Training ends. But he made a case for something Monday night when he retired nine straight hitters in the Rangers' 5-1 split-squad victory over the Royals.
The Rangers are debating the wisdom of having left-handed pitcher Martin Perez in the rotation at the start of the season, while he is finishing the recovery from a broken bone in his right elbow.
Rangers right-hander Clayton Blackburn left Monday's 4-2 loss against the Indians in the first inning with tightness in his throwing elbow after allowing three runs on four hits while recording only one out.
The Rangers' decision to move Matt Bush back to the bullpen does not change Mike Minor's situation. Manager Jeff Banister said Minor is still being considered as a candidate for the rotation, even though he was an effective reliever for the Royals last year and hasn't worked as a starter since 2014.
The Rangers have decided to keep right-hander Matt Bush in the bullpen and not use him as a starter. Instead, Bush will be used as a middle reliever who could pitch one-plus innings.
Bartolo Colon may never throw another pitch in the Major Leagues, but he could still end up being a great addition for the Rangers this spring if anybody is paying attention.
Delino DeShields knows and believes this could be the year he is finally rewarded for all his work and for enduring all that he has been through the past three years. He is being put into position for a breakout season.
Rangers left-hander Mike Minor needed just 48 pitches to get through four scoreless innings against the Athletics on Saturday.
The Rangers knew going into the offseason they needed to buy pitching in bulk. Now, they have the heavy task of sorting through it all.
Rangers outfielder Shin-Soo Choo is off to a strong start in Spring Training, hitting .389 through his first eight games. That is hardly going to satisfy him.
Matt Bush wanted to throw a scoreless first inning, get his pitch count up to about 60 and continue to show he can transition into a starting pitcher.
Seven franchises have never won the World Series. So let's rank them based on their likelihood of ending the drought first.