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9/29/2014 | Rangers need key pieces healthy in 2015

The Rangers never have a dull offseason, and this winter should be far from the exception. Start with the anticipated managerial search that may or may not result in interim manager Tim Bogar getting the job, and the offseason will only get more interesting from there.

9/29/2014 | Injuries, disappointment headline Rangers' trying season

The Rangers set Major League records by using 64 players in 2014, including 40 pitchers. There were 23 rookies among those 64 players, as the Rangers used the disabled list a Major League-high 26 times. By the end of the season, the Rangers had 12 players on the 60-day disabled list.

9/28/2014 | Rangers hope to hire manager by World Series

Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said finding a manager is his first order of business this offseason. Interim manager Tim Bogar, Triple-A manager Steve Buechele and pitching coach Mike Maddux will be interviewed, as well as a handful of candidates from the outside the organization.

9/28/2014 | Rangers wrap up trying season with loss to A's

The A's rode a Sonny Gray shutout to a 4-0 victory over the Rangers on Sunday, the final day of the season, punching their ticket to Tuesday's American League Wild Card Game in Kansas City.

9/28/2014 | Rangers go with Martinez instead of Holland

Rangers manager Tim Bogar decided to stay with rookie right-hander Nick Martinez in Sunday's season finale against the Athletics rather than going with lefty Derek Holland, who was scratched from his scheduled start on Saturday due to a migraine headache.

9/27/2014 | Rangers unsuccessful in challenge of play at plate

The Rangers could not get a call overturned in the eighth inning that could have been critical in their 5-4 victory over the Athletics on Saturday night.

9/27/2014 | A's control own destiny with Gray on hill in Texas

The Athletics' season will not be over on Sunday. They will have at least one more game left to play. Sunday will simply determine whether it will be against the Mariners on Monday or in the American League Wild Card Game on Tuesday. The Athletics put themselves in that position after Saturday's loss to the Rangers, which was Oakland's 20th defeat in its last 29 games.

9/27/2014 | Holland scratched, allowing Baker chance to fill in

For more than four months, Scott Baker has been the pitcher called upon when the Rangers had a dire need. That was again the case on Saturday, when Derek Holland was scratched from his final start of 2014 because of a migraine headache.

9/27/2014 | Smolinski leads Rangers' winter ball parade

Rangers outfielder Jake Smolinski will get about a one-week break when the season ends. Then he will head to winter ball, playing for Obregon in the Mexican League.

9/27/2014 | Rangers do their part to delay A's clinch party

The Rangers needed eight pitchers to get the job done, but they were able to forestall the Athletics' postseason celebration with a 5-4 victory on Saturday night.

9/27/2014 | Samardzija looks to punch A's Wild Card ticket

A spot in the AL Wild Card Game still eludes the Athletics, but they are hoping to nail that down on Saturday night, when Jeff Samardzija squares off with Derek Holland and the Rangers. Oakland needs a win or a Seattle loss to reach the postseason for a third straight year.

9/26/2014 | Tepesch's strong season has rough landing

Rangers right-hander Nick Tepesch allowed six runs in 4 1/3 innings and the Rangers' five-game winning streak came to an end with a 6-2 loss to the Athletics on Friday night at Globe Life Park.

9/26/2014 | Bogar encouraged by Rangers' hot stretch

This is September and the Rangers have been out of postseason contention since at least June. But manager Tim Bogar said the club's late-season surge still matters.

9/26/2014 | Kirkman rediscovers success in Rangers' bullpen

Michael Kirkman is alive and well in the Rangers' bullpen. His re-emergence is the latest bit of evidence that those who throw left-handed may never run out of chances.

9/26/2014 | Unveiling the 2014 All-Prospect Team

Last week, handed out year-end awards for top hitting and pitching prospects. As much as Kris Bryant and Tyler Glasnow were deserving recipients, it was clear there were many other fantastic performances in 2014 that deserved some attention. With that in mind, announced its 2014 All-Prospect Team on Friday.

9/25/2014 | A's hope to punch playoff ticket in Texas

The Athletics could clinch an American League Wild Card berth as early as Friday night, and they could do it in front of the Rangers in Texas. Nick Tepesch will try to prevent Oakland's Scott Kazmir from making that happen.

9/25/2014 | Rangers win fifth straight on Beltre's walk-off homer

Adrian Beltre's walk-off homer in the ninth followed a seven-inning gem from Colby Lewis as the Rangers defeated the AL Wild Card-hopeful A's, 2-1, and won their fifth straight game on Thursday night.

9/25/2014 | Robertson wraps up remarkable season

The A's are scheduled to pitch left-hander Scott Kazmir on Friday, and that could be the last lefty starter the Rangers face this weekend. If so, it could be the final start for outfielder Daniel Robertson, who has been getting most of his playing time against left-handers.

9/25/2014 | Leonys in position to keep leadoff role next season

The Rangers had a message for Leonys Martin in his season-ending exit interview on Thursday: Be ready in 2015 to be the starting center fielder and leadoff hitter.

9/24/2014 | A's set sights on clinching Wild Card spot in Texas

The Athletics open a season-ending four-game series against the Rangers on Thursday with the primary goal of clinching an American League Wild Card spot. Their secondary goal would be to play that Wild Card Game at home. Jason Hammel gets the call for Oakland against Texas' Colby Lewis.

9/24/2014 | Bonilla makes team history, wins first three starts

Lisalverto Bonilla has become the first Rangers pitcher to win his first three Major League starts. A terrific bunt and almost impossible throw by center fielder Leonys Martin made it happen. Bonilla threw six scoreless innings as the Rangers completed a three-game sweep of the Astros with a 5-1 victory on Wednesday night.

9/24/2014 | Rangers win challenge, halt Astros' first-inning rally

The Rangers cut short the Astros' budding first-inning rally by winning a replay challenge.

9/24/2014 | Lewis hoping for quick offer from Rangers

The Rangers have five days after the end of the World Series to exercise their exclusive rights to signing their own free agents. Pitcher Colby Lewis, who is a free agent, is hoping to at least get an offer from the Rangers by then, if not before.

9/24/2014 | Rangers hold workout for Tomas

The Rangers held a private workout on Wednesday for Cuban outfielder Yasmany Tomas, who is expected to be declared a free agent soon.

9/24/2014 | Maddux hopeful he'll get interview for managerial opening

Pitching coach Mike Maddux is hoping to interview for the Rangers managerial opening and general manager Jon Daniels expects to sit down with him at the end of the season.

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