Texas Rangers rumors
We have our first post-lockout trade.
For the second straight day, the Rangers make a massive addition to their middle infield.
Two one-time franchise icons trade places in a deal between AL West rivals.
Lowe, who has struggled to get consistent at-bats in Tampa, should get a bigger opportunity in Texas.
Just over three years since he last pitched in the big leagues, Young becomes a major league GM.
While Kluber could be signed to a cheaper deal, he very well may finish his Rangers career with just one inning pitched.
The A’s add a front-of-the-rotation starter from within the division.
The suspensions stem from some old-school baseball outrage over Fernando Tatis Jr. hitting a grand slam.
The Rangers take a second baseman with strong contact-hitting skills.
The two-time AL Cy Young winner and three-time All-Star is set to serve as the new anchor of the Rangers’ rotation.
Steele Walker, Texas Ranger may be the hero that Players’ Weekend needs.
Gibson adds more punch to a rotation that already includes Lance Lynn and Mike Minor.
Despite the fact that they’re widely projected to finish last in the AL West this year, the Rangers are helping to keep the free-agent market moving.
After losing Adrian Beltre to retirement and trading Jurickson Profar, the Rangers add Cabrera as their new third baseman.
Milwaukee makes improvement by signing former Dodger to 1-year, $18.25 million deal.
This weekend a good one if you love baseball, hate nonsense, and are finally glad the Mets signed a danged catcher.
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Pair of OFs almost win MLB’s ultimate prizes in unanimous fashion.
The defensive-minded backstop scores a multi-year deal in Texas.
The 42-year-old former utility infielder has steadily progressed, following up his 12-year playing career with five years as a major-league coach.
A new UCL tear has put the two-way player’s season in jeopardy, but his 2 HRs vs. the Rangers say otherwise.