What's Better Than Hitting A Walk-Off Grand Slam? Stealing One Away.

Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin came to the plate with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth inning during yesterday’s game against the Astros, and proceeded to whack what appeared to be a walk-off grand slam. Martin was probably feeling preeeeetty good about himself as he ran toward first base, until George… » 4/13/15 11:14am 4/13/15 11:14am

Yu Darvish To Miss At Least Four Months, Might Have Tommy John Surgery

The Texas Rangers will be without the services of All-Star pitcher Yu Darvish for at least four months, as the team announced that an MRI showed Darvish sprained the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow. Darvish was shut down in August last season because of right elbow inflammation, but was pitching well and… » 3/07/15 12:07pm 3/07/15 12:07pm

Guilder Rodríguez Gets First Big League Hit After 1,095 Games In Minors

Baseball's expanded September rosters are mostly just useful for letting fans of non-contending teams get a glimpse of the future. But two weeks ago the Texas Rangers did something pretty cool: they called up 31 year old utility infielder Guilder Rodríguez, who had played 1,095 games with ten different minor league… » 9/22/14 10:09pm 9/22/14 10:09pm

Adrian Beltre And Elvis Andrus Continue To Be Hilarious

Adrian Beltre and Elvis Andrus, who are basically baseball's version of a buddy-cop duo at this point, put on another one of their comedy routines last night. After Andrus floated over to his right to field a pop fly in Beltre's territory, the two had a little tête-à-tête about who exactly needs to learn to stay… » 8/26/14 9:44am 8/26/14 9:44am

Adam Dunn Pitched In A Game Tuesday Night

If there is a silver lining to a 15-0 game, it's the possibility that you might see something absurd, like watching a bear-man with 457 career home runs pitch in the ninth inning. Adam Dunn was called in to pitch the final inning for the White Sox tonight in a Rangers blowout. In one inning of work, Dunn allowed one… » 8/06/14 12:49am 8/06/14 12:49am

The Rangers Cap Off Rough Sixth Inning With Outfield Beanball

The Yankees scored seven runs in the sixth inning, the last coming thanks to this fielding miscue in right-center field. Alex Rios looks like he had a bead on a fly ball from Brett Gardner, but closes his glove too soon, causing it to bounce into centerfielder Leonys Martin and ricochet off his skull. The brush with… » 7/29/14 10:24pm 7/29/14 10:24pm