2/9/2016 | Darvish getting stronger physically, mentally
Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish said he is feeling stronger physically than he did before having Tommy John elbow reconstruction surgery last March 17. More importantly, Darvish said he is feeling much better mentally as well.
2/8/2016 | Rangers on the rebound entering camp
The time has come to begin the final countdown to Spring Training as Rangers pitchers and catchers report on Feb. 19. The usual storylines are in play going into camp concerning position battles, top prospects, new players and those on the rebound. The last one is always crucial for a team as internal improvements have the potential of having the biggest impact.
2/6/2016 | Rangers to run local ad during Super Bowl
Commercials have become an essential part of Super Bowl lore, right up there with the game and the halftime shows. The Rangers are making their Super Bowl commercial debut on Sunday, although it will be shown only locally in the DFW market.
2/3/2016 | Vlad connects at Caribbean HR derby
Vladimir Guerrero, who will be 41 next Tuesday, was one of five participants in the first home run derby at the Caribbean Series. For four glorious minutes and 26 swings, he reminded the home crowd what it had been missing.
2/3/2016 | Early struggles in 2015 keep Odor hungry
Rougned Odor goes into Spring Training as the Rangers starting second baseman. He earned that right by the way he played over the final 3 1/2 months of last season, but the Dominican Winter League batting champion may think otherwise.
2/2/2016 | Truckin': Rangers' Spring gear off to Arizona
The Rangers' equipment truck left Globe Life Park in Arlington on Tuesday afternoon, another tangible sign that Spring Training is coming up soon.
2/1/2016 | Hundreds gather to pay respects to beloved Rose
President George W. Bush spoke on Monday about meeting Edward W. "Rusty" Rose for the first time back in 1989.
2/1/2016 | Daniels looks back at 2006 Gonzalez-Eaton trade
Because of the 1993 movie, Groundhog Day has become synonymous for doing things over and over again. For a Major League general manager, that can be a wonderful thing.