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  • Rangers falter late after brilliant glove work
    The Rangers played brilliant defense on Friday night and starter Mike Minor was able to hold the Mariners to one run in 5 1/3 innings. But the Rangers' offense managed just two runs, and their bullpen, after pitching brilliantly on the just completed six-game road trip, couldn't close it out.
  • Profar returns, Andrus rejoins club while on DL
    Jurickson Profar was back in the Rangers lineup on Friday after missing two games while going through the concussion protocol. Elvis Andrus, on the disabled list with a fractured right elbow, is expected to be out until at least early June but will start traveling with the team again.
  • Colon set for encore after flirting with perfection
    Bartolo Colon will make his third start for the Rangers at 7:05 p.m. CT Saturday against the Mariners at Globe Life Park. Colon retired the first 21 batters he faced in his last start against the Astros. He has 20 career wins against the Mariners but will be facing them for the first time since July 23, 2014. Left-hander James Paxton will pitch for the Mariners.
  • Cuban star Martinez, Rangers make it official
    The Rangers announced the signing of Cuban outfielder Julio Pablo Martinez, and they are planning to start him off with the club's Dominican Summer League team.
  • Rangers help with Badges for Baseball clinic
    Local law enforcement, the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation and the Texas Rangers MLB Youth Baseball Academy came together on Thursday night to host a special clinic for about 100 children at the Mercy Street Sports Complex.
  • Checking in on AL West new guys: Kiner-Falefa
    The American League West has several new high-profile faces this season, with a mix of established stars and young phenoms highlighting the crop of newcomers to the division.
  • Hamels starts off well, can't overcome 3-run 6th
    Cole Hamels' tendency in his first four starts had been to struggle early and get better as the game progressed. The reverse proved true on Wednesday in the Rangers' 4-2 loss to the Rays at Tropicana Field.
  • 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 MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
  • This is the most entertaining pitcher-hitter rivalry
    Among the many thousands of possible batter-pitcher matchups, there may not be a more entertaining one than Adrian Beltre vs. Felix Hernandez. Merely calling it a matchup feels insufficient. It's a friendly rivalry between former teammates, a battle of wits between two intense competitors, and frequently, a comedy act surpassing any between-innings mascot hijinks.
  • Gonzalez, Tejeda among top performers
    Rangers prospects Pedro Gonzalez and Anderson Tejeda were among top performers on Wednesday.
  • Kiner-Falefa backs Moore's winning Trop return
    Isiah Kiner-Falefa's four hits and stellar defense and Shin-Soo Choo's mammoth home run helped make Matt Moore (7 IP, 1 unearned run) a winner in his first start as a visitor to Tropicana Field as the Rangers defeated the Rays on Tuesday night.
  • Rangers wanted to see Colon bat again
    Rangers wanted to see Colon bat again
  • Rangers place Barnette on DL, recall Rua
    The Rangers have placed reliever Tony Barnette on the 10-day disabled list with tightness and inflammation in the back of his right shoulder. That allowed the club to recall Ryan Rua from Triple-A Round Rock, after optioning him on Monday.
  • Gomez tried to throw Beltre out on single
    Gomez tried to throw Beltre out on single
  • Perez rocked by Rays as Rangers drop opener
    Martin Perez hasn't done much lately to help his rotation case, after allowing eight runs in his second straight start. He was done after four innings in an 8-4 loss to the Rays on Monday night at Tropicana Field. The Rangers' runs came on a solo home run by Joey Gallo in the fourth and a three-run shot by Nomar Mazara in the eighth.
  • Here's how Colon did vs. current managers
    Here's how Colon did vs. current managers
  • Rangers add utility man Nunez, option Rua
    The Rangers went into the season determined to give Ryan Rua a chance to show he could be the regular left fielder. That plan has come to an end, at least for now. optioned Rua to Triple-A Round Rock on Monday to make room for Renato Nunez, who was claimed on waivers from Oakland.
  • Colon perfect until 8th in Rangers' victory
    Bartolo Colon took a perfect game into the eighth inning before a Carlos Correa walk and a Josh Reddick double ended the bid and sent the series finale toward extra innings. Colon and Astros ace Justin Verlander were both masterful, but settled for no-decisions, as Robinson Chirinos' two-run double off Hector Rondon in the 10th gave the Rangers a win.
  • 10 amazing facts from epic Colon-Verlander duel
    With two former Cy Young Award winners taking the mound at Minute Maid Park on Sunday night, a pitching duel could have reasonably been expected between the Rangers and Astros. But in this case, two veteran right-handers were dueling, one of whom is 9 years older than the other.
  • Colon cool as ice during perfecto bid
    Colon cool as ice during perfecto bid
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