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  • Sources: Rangers inquire about Greinke
    The Rangers have been in discussions with the D-backs about pitching, and Zack Greinke's name has been prominent, Major League sources said on Tuesday at the Winter Meetings.
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  • Rangers meet with Rodney, eye Kintzler
    The Rangers have met with veteran free-agent closer Fernando Rodney here at the Winter Meetings, and they maintain a long-held interest in right-handed reliever Brandon Kintzler.
  • Banister wants pitchers to reduce walks
    The Rangers' pitching staff averaged 3.51 walks per nine innings last season, third-highest in the American League. Acquiring pitchers who can help reduce that ratio has been a priority this winter.
  • Rangers, Darvish not ruling out a reunion
    The Rangers -- known for their reunions with former players -- are weighing the possibility of another one with pitcher Yu Darvish.
  • 'Broadcaster's Dream' part of WM Auction
    The Rangers are offering three outstanding Globe Life Park experiences for the annual Winter Meetings Charity Auction, which began Monday morning and runs until 9 a.m. CT on Thursday, the last day of the Winter Meetings.
  • Winter Meetings interview with Jeff Banister
    Texas Rangers manager Jeff Banister speaks with the media at the 2017 Winter Meetings.
  • Rangers' Top 30 Prospects list
    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.
  • Source: Texas signs Martin to two-year deal
    The Rangers have reached an agreement with right-handed reliever Chris Martin on a two-year, $4 million contract, sources said Monday.
  • Hamels Foundation hosts baseball clinics
    The Angels held a press conference on Saturday to introduce Shoehei Ohtani while Rangers pitcher Cole Hamels and his wife Heidi were holding their own event. The Hamels Foundation held two baseball clinics Saturday morning and afternoon at Trinity High School with approximately 500 North Texas youth players in attendance. Proceeds from the clinic benefit the foundation's educational efforts in the United States and the African country of Malawi.
  • Diekman honored with Hutch Award
    Rangers pitcher Jake Diekman has been selected as the recipient of the 53rd Hutch Award and will be honored on Jan. 24 in Seattle. Diekman is the first Rangers player to receive the honor.
  • Rangers shift focus after Ohtani chooses Halos
    The Rangers woke up on Friday morning looking for at least one more starting pitcher for their rotation. That is still the case after hearing the news that Japanese right-hander Shohei Ohtani intends to sign with the Angels.
  • '88 Meetings magical week in Rangers' history
    General manager Jon Daniels is determined to do something to improve a 78-84 team at the Winter Meetings next week, and isn't opposed to the big deals, including signing another front-line starting pitcher. But he has much work to do to generate the same amount of excitement and headlines as what happened 29 years ago in Atlanta.
  • Rangers announce Minors coaching staffs
    A promotion for Spike Owen is prominent among the shifting and settling of Minor League personnel in the Rangers' farm system for 2018.
  • New Prolight 59Fifty Spring Training caps are in
    New Era unveiled the new PROLIGHT 59FIFTY that players will be wearing this spring, a fitted cap featuring a new featherweight polyester material that is the lightest on-field fabric in MLB history.
  • Texas won't pivot from offseason pitching plan
    The Rangers are all about pitching this offseason and to this point have shown little inclination to address any perceived concerns in their lineup. That may bode well for Delino DeShields being the starting center fielder and Willie Calhoun getting a real chance to play left field.
  • School kids receive gloves from Rangers
    Rangers players Nomar Mazara, Willie Calhoun, Jose Leclerc and Ricardo Rodriguez and TV broadcaster Dave Raymond joined the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation and State Farm on Thursday to distribute over 300 baseball gloves to students at C.F. Carr Elementary School in Dallas.
  • Rangers add Minor to join starting rotation
    The Rangers identified left-hander Mike Minor as one of their top free-agent targets this offseason, and on Wednesday, they signed him to a three-year, $28 million contract to join their starting rotation.
  • Barnette re-signs with Texas on 1-year deal
    The Rangers re-signed right-handed reliever Tony Barnette to a one-year contract, the club recently announced. The Rangers made Barnette a free agent when they declined to pick up his option on Nov. 6, but he was re-signed to a $1.5 million contract for 2018.
  • Minor unexpectedly dominant in '17
    Mike Minor had only six wins and six saves in 2017, but he was a dominant reliever for the Royals. Statcast's quality of contact metrics had him as one of the 10 best relievers in baseball, and now he heads to Texas to reinforce the Rangers' staff.
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