Rangers rookie right-hander Austin Bibens-Dirkx held the Yankees to one run in seven innings and was backed by home runs from Carlos Gomez and Robinson Chirinos in an 8-1 victory on Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.
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Pitching coach Doug Brocail had some words of encouragement for Rangers starter Austin Bibens-Dirkx before his start on Saturday against the Yankees.
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When the Rangers open a four-game series with the Indians on Monday, they could go with four starters who were expected to be in the rotation at the start of the season.
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Rangers left-hander Martin Perez was hoping to avoid going on the disabled list, despite a fracture on the tip of his right thumb. But he is not currently able to get his hand in his glove, so the Rangers placed him on the 10-day disabled list on Saturday.
Chirinos couldn't make catch thanks to net
Texas will send Nick Martinez to the mound on Sunday to face New York's Michael Pineda in the finale of a three-game set at Yankee Stadium.
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After Yu Darvish and Masahiro Tanaka matched zeros in a marvelous pitching matchup, the smallest Yankee delivered the night's biggest hit, as Ronald Torreyes laced a run-scoring single to lift New York to a 2-1 victory over the Rangers in 10 innings on Friday at Yankee Stadium.
Rangers pitchers Yu Darvish and Matt Bush were both in some discomfort after a 2-1 loss in 10 innings to the Yankees on Friday.
The Rangers' attempt at getting a fully healthy rotation continues to be an elusive proposition. Left-hander Martin Perez suffered a broken tip of his right thumb on a hotel door on Thursday night and may miss his next start. The Rangers aren't ready to put Perez on the disabled list because it is his non-throwing hand.
The Rangers' bullpen has become their biggest need as clubs gear up toward the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline.
After playing five straight games following his return from the disabled list with a strained hamstring, Carlos Gomez got the day off on Wednesday to rest and recover. Whatever he did on that off-day evidently did wonders, as his career day catapulted the Rangers past the Blue Jays on Thursday, 11-4.
The Rangers exploded for four home runs -- including two from Carlos Gomez -- and jumped out to an early lead they never relinquished in an 11-4 win over the Blue Jays in the series finale on Thursday at Globe Life Park.
The Rangers made a pair of roster moves Thursday, placing right-handed reliever Jeremy Jeffress on the 10-day disabled list and purchasing the contract of right-hander Preston Claiborne from Triple-A Round Rock.
Rangers slugger Joey Gallo came into Wednesday's 7-5 loss to the Blue Jays tied for 13th in the Majors in home runs with 18 and added another in the fifth inning, although it was a bit unusual.
Toronto's new-look lineup put up six runs in the first inning, and the Blue Jays weathered a steady Texas rally to beat the Rangers, 7-5, on Wednesday night at Globe Life Park.
The Rangers didn't get quite the same Tyson Ross they had in his first start, when he carried a no-hitter into the fifth inning against the Mariners on Friday. Instead, the Blue Jays roughed him up early Wednesday, spotting Toronto a six-run lead in the first inning. When the dust settled and the game ended, though, the Rangers nearly pulled off the comeback, but fell, 7-5. The offense scratched and clawed, and with the help of an inside-the-park home run, almost came all the way back.
Cole Hamels pushed his pitch-count up to 81, looking smooth and efficient in doing so during his second rehab assignment start for Double-A Frisco on Wednesday.
Jake Diekman returned to the Rangers clubhouse' Wednesday, and his season debut could be on the not-too-distant horizon.
With one no-hitter already under his belt this season, Lucas Gioltio made a bid at a second one on Wednesday for Triple-A Charlotte.
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Starter Nick Martinez allowed one run in 6 1/3 innings and Carlos Gomez, Nomar Mazara and Adrian Beltre hit solo homers to help the Rangers snap a two-game skid, posting a 6-1 victory over the Blue Jays on Tuesday night at Globe Life Park.
Carlos Gomez showed off some fresh Superman cleats
In just his third appearance of the month, Nick Martinez might have put forth his best outing of the season. The Rangers' right-hander hadn't made a start since June 13, and a relief outing on June 4 marked the only other time he'd pitched this month.
The Rangers continue to be shut out in the voting for a spot in the American League starting lineup for the 2017 MLB All-Star Game presented by MasterCard.The Rangers again do not have a catcher or an infielder in the top five or an outfielder in the top 15, as revealed in the latest results of the Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot on Tuesday.
The Rangers have everybody healthy in their lineup. Since Adrian Beltre, Carlos Gomez and Mike Napoli have returned from stints on the disabled list, Texas has been able to put out the lineup it was prepared to enter the season with back in April. But with that comes a tough decision manager Jeff Banister has to make just about every day.
The ball was flying out of the yard for Triple-A Iowa on Tuesday, as Jeimer Candelario, Mark Zagunis and Victor Caratini all hit home runs to power the Cubs past Omaha, 6-4.
The Rangers have signed eight more of their 2017 Draft Picks, the club announced Tuesday.
Rangers closer Matt Bush's best pitch is his fastball. He averages 97.8 mph with it -- eighth-hardest among pitchers with at least 200 thrown -- and uses it about 72 percent of the time. But he steered away from the fastball in the ninth inning on Monday night, and it cost him in a 7-6 loss to the Blue Jays at Globe Life Park.
The Blue Jays scored two runs in the top of the ninth inning to stun the Rangers, 7-6, taking the first of a four-game series between the rivals on Monday night at Globe Life Park.
The Rangers continued the reconstruction of their bullpen by calling up right-hander Tanner Scheppers from Triple-A Round Rock and optioning outfielder Jared Hoying before Monday's 7-6 loss to the Blue Jays.
Infield shift leads to odd 3-4-1 play for Rangers
The day started gloomy with a few downpours and a handful of lightning delays, but by noon, the only thing brighter than the sun was the smiles on the kids faces during the Play Ball event at the Texas Rangers Youth Academy.
Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish started Sunday afternoon by missing badly with his first two pitches. He stepped off the mound to try and gather himself, but that proved to be difficult.
The Mariners jumped to a 4-0 lead in the first inning against starter Yu Darvish, and they avoided a sweep with a 7-3 victory on Sunday afternoon at Globe Life Park.
Like most athletes, Nick Dignacco had to wake up early to get in his morning training. He rose at 4 a.m. to be at his local gym by 5, but unlike the rest of the crowd, he didn't go home after finishing.
The Rangers hosted a Play Ball event at their Youth Ballpark on Sunday morning, giving local kids a chance to participate in baseball-related activities outside the normal confines of rec leagues and camps.
Mike Napoli slugged a pair of two-run homers and the Rangers had two five-run innings as they defeated the Mariners on Saturday. Rougned Odor and Shin-Soo Choo also went deep for Texas. Mike Zunino had a three-run homer for the Mariners and Taylor Motter had an RBI double.