Armando Galaragga was the only thing of value Jon Daniels was able to get from the Alfonso Soriano trade. Then he gave him away for a player the Rangers released. Whoops. You want more hot-stove baseball talk from Sam? Merry Christmas ... As mentioned yesterday, Jon Daniels is entering his fourt ... More >>
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A young dog teaches the Rangers to forget old tricks
How to throw a no-hitter on acid, and other lessons from the career of baseball legend Dock Ellis
Everybody loves a winner? Tell it to Rangers GM John Hart.
A Texas-based band of conservative warriors tackles the left on its own turf--the street
No refunds, Rangers fans, even though the dark clouds of the A-Rod trade threaten the entire season
Bill Rossell had two dreams: owning a bar and running a baseball team. The first dream came true. The second is about to. Somebody wake him.
Amidst so much business talk, Michael Irvin remembers that it's all just a game
Living on the sidewalk for a month. Sleeping with Wookiees. Thousand-dollar action figures. Think the new Star Wars is just a movie? You poor fool.
Raphael Palmeiro is hurt. Johnny Oates is grumpy. Pudge Rodriguez is acting like a spoiled brat. Lee Stevens just wants to play baseball. Welcome to Texas Rangers spring training.
Long before the Texas Rangers, major-league baseball was played in Dallas by a minor-league team called the Dallas Eagles
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.