First place, thanks to 1st base. With his 11th-inning homer to beat the looming storm last night in Arlington, Mitch Moreland not only provided a walk-off win over the Houston Astros but also further cemented our confidence that he's the Rangers' 1st baseman of the present, and the futu ... More >>
Because the Kansas City Royals couldn't catch the ball, the Texas Rangers hung on to their manager. For now. After a 3-0 start that feels like months ago, the Rangers are 5-7. Not good, especially considering nine of those 12 have been at home and half against the lowly Orioles and Royals. But ... More >>
If you know me, you know the only the reason I'm happy to have George Dubya Bush back in Dallas is because it means he's no longer in Washington, D.C. As I've said all along, he's a good guy. Just a really bad President. But that's ancient history, right? Today we shake the Etch-o-Sketch for a clean ... More >>
Just which local players have earned the right to be eternally identified with their uniform numbers?
Grover back to Arlington? Could happen. Don’t hit the breaking news sounder. And don’t come in here telling me to out my sources. This is just a gut feeling. Don’t be surprised if Mike Hargrove manages your Texas Rangers in 2009. According to this, he wants back in baseball. And accord ... More >>
With blueprints A and B trashed, the Rangers have stumbled onto a visually stimulating development
On deck? According to two baseball sources I trust way farther than I could throw them, your Texas Rangers are making plans for when – not if – manager Ron Washington is fired this season. The Dallas Observer – via this here The Sportatorium sports blog – has learned from separate s ... More >>
Hal Samples is on the list of people to whom TVT Records owes quite a bit of money. If I may direct your attention to our other blogs ... Over on The Sportatorium, Richie brings news that Your Texas Rangers have indeed begun talking to other folks who might be interested in managing the team if and ... More >>
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.
It took a tender Texan to get the Cleveland Indians into the World Series