Wow.Part of the shrapnel from the *A-Roid bombshell: Not that it manifested itself in any sort of team success, but there's no denying that the Texas Rangers now have more big-name stars linked to performancing-enhancing drugs than any professional team this side of a European cycling club. R ... More >>
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A young dog teaches the Rangers to forget old tricks
The Rangers seem happy. It must be a plot.
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It's August. Who knew there'd be so much sports news? Not me.
No refunds, Rangers fans, even though the dark clouds of the A-Rod trade threaten the entire season
Texas' popular new shortstop is the man of the moment
And other tall tales of 2003
The return of Gonzilla, and other literary concerns
Before we talk football--go, fight, win!--one last look at the boring sports
Plus: Checkup; Ch-ch-changes
New Texas Rangers manager Buck Showalter makes the team much better. Problem is, he canít hit leadoff, play center field or pitch.
Our human blooper reel looks back at some questionable calls