My favorite sports book of all time is Mike Shropshire's Seasons in Hell: With Billy Martin, Whitey Herzog and The Worst Baseball Team in History -- The 1973-1975 Texas Rangers. We excerpted the book in 1996, and Michael Hogue's original artwork accompanying the piece still hangs in my office -- tha ... More >>
At this moment, 836 people want Mark Cuban to own the Chicago Cubs; it's science, you can look it up. Now you can add to that list Alan Schwarz of The New York Times, who this morning goes where Radar Online's has gone before: to the Cuban's buying the Chicago Cubs well. See, yesterday the Tribune C ... More >>
David Clyde was supposed to save the Texas Rangers. Thirty years later, he just wants 27 days of his old life back.
Cibo Matto gets out of the kitchen and fries up the national prize
Former Rangers manager Whitey Herzog loves baseball enough to hate it
Everyone's a contender during spring training, but can Will Clark and the Texas Rangers come back from last season's disappointments?
The Texas Rangers better win the pennant this year, if only to atone for subjecting fans to two decades of baseball hell. Mike Shropshire chronicles the team's cursed early years in an exclusive Observer excerpt.
Red Sox skipper Kennedy remains bitter about turn with Rangers
Odd sights--and musings--at Mickey Mantle's funeral