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6/28/2016 | Facing Yanks like a homecoming for Martinez

Wednesday night's game between the Yankees and Rangers will be another homecoming for Nick Martinez.


6/28/2016 | Rangers handle Yanks behind Hamels, Beltre

Adrian Beltre homered and drove in three runs to support Cole Hamels' strong effort as the Rangers defeated the Yankees, 7-1, on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium.


6/28/2016 | Daniels, soaring Rangers won't be complacent

After the Rangers' 7-1 victory on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium, they find themselves with a Major League-leading 51 wins and a comfortable 10-game lead in the AL West. It's right where they want to be, but Jon Daniels, their longtime general manager, is nervous.


6/28/2016 | Sim game to determine next step for Darvish

Yu Darvish will throw a simulated game on Wednesday at Yankee Stadium and Chi Chi Gonzalez is expected to get another start on Saturday against the Twins.


6/28/2016 | Guzman, Demeritte to play in Futures Game

Double-A Frisco first baseman Ronald Guzman and Class A High Desert infielder Travis Demeritte have been selected from the Rangers organization to play in the 2016 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game.


6/28/2016 | Umps applied MLB rule to Rangers-Yanks delay

Major League Baseball rules are specific regarding the situation that occurred when Monday night's Rangers-Yankees game was delayed for three hours and 35 minutes for rain before Texas rallied for a 9-6 victory.


6/28/2016 | Rain-gers weather the storm against Yanks

The Rangers pulled off another come-from-behind win on Monday night. They just had to sit through a three-hour, 35-minute rain delay in the ninth inning to complete their comeback and pull off a 9-6 victory over the Yankees.


6/28/2016 | CC, Hamels set for southpaw showdown

Coming off a down start against the Rockies, Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia (5-4, 2.71 ERA) hopes to get back on track against the Rangers on Tuesday. He'll pitch opposite fellow left-hander Cole Hamels (8-1, 2.79 ERA), who has never recorded a win against the Yankees.


6/28/2016 | Delayed gratification: Rangers rally in 9th

For the Rangers, Monday night was worth the wait.


6/27/2016 | Time running out to vote Desmond for ASG

The Rangers have the best record in the American League but not in the voting on the 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot.


6/27/2016 | NY native Iapoce thrilled to be back in Bronx

Rangers hitting coach Anthony Iapoce, who is from New York City, was last at Yankee Stadium in 2014 for one day as the Cubs' roving hitting instructor.


6/26/2016 | Faria among top prospect performers Sunday

Rays No. 9 prospect Jacob Faria was among the top prospect performers in the Minors on Sunday.


6/26/2016 | Perez again on point, posts sixth straight win

The Rangers have hit hard times when it comes to the health of their rotation, but left-hander Martin Perez has been a constant.


6/26/2016 | Rangers call up Chi Chi to face Yankees

When the Rangers open a four-game set with the Yankees in the Bronx on Monday night, all eyes will be on the mound.


6/26/2016 | Rangers roll, tied for MLB wins lead at 49

The Rangers scored three runs in the first inning, and Prince Fielder added a two-run homer in the sixth to back starter Martin Perez, who allowed one run over six in a 6-2 win over the Red Sox on Sunday afternoon at Globe Life Park. With their 49th victory, the Rangers are tied with the Giants for the most wins in the Majors and are off to the best 76-game start in team history.


6/26/2016 | Confident Tolleson rounding into form

Rangers right-hander Shawn Tolleson said there was no real mystery as to why he's had success of late. "There's no secret, anything I tell you I'm going to be making up," he said.


6/26/2016 | Rangers hope Yu's back before All-Star break

In his first bullpen session since being placed on the 15-day disabled list June 13, Yu Darvish threw 30 pitches before the Rangers' 6-2 victory against the Red Sox on Sunday.


6/26/2016 | Once again, Rangers bounce right back

The Rangers didn't let a stunning loss a night earlier get the best of them, as they rallied for a 10-3 win over the Red Sox on Saturday. The Rangers haven't lost back-to-back games since being swept by the A's May 16-18 in Oakland, and their 48 wins are tied with the Cubs and Giants for the most in the Majors.


6/26/2016 | Texas native Buchholz leads Sox vs. Rangers

Clay Buchholz's second start since returning to the Red Sox's rotation will be in his native state of Texas, as the righty will try to hold up in the heat in which he grew up pitching in Sunday's rubber match against the Rangers in Arlington.


6/26/2016 | Rangers come alive to thump Red Sox

Elvis Andrus' three-run triple led the charge as the Rangers pounded American League ERA leader Steven Wright for eight runs in 4 2/3 innings as they defeated the Red Sox, 10-3, Saturday night in front of a sellout crowd at Globe Life Park.


6/25/2016 | Rangers wary of overusing Dyson

Rangers manager Jeff Banister is aware that his closer, Sam Dyson, is on pace to set a club record with 86 appearances this season. Entering Saturday's game, Dyson's 39 appearances were tied for the most in the American League.


6/25/2016 | Rangers calling up Chi Chi to start on Monday

The Rangers announced Saturday that right-hander Chi Chi Gonzalez will be recalled from Triple-A Round Rock on Monday to start against the Yankees in New York.


6/25/2016 | Q&A: Hough discusses life as a knuckleballer

Hough has a thorough understanding for the challenges of surviving as a knuckleball pitcher, which is why he has become a resource for several knuckleballers. Hough is this week's subject in the Q&A:


6/25/2016 | Penned in: Diekman, Bush struggle

Rangers manager Jeff Banister wanted to stay away from closer Sam Dyson on Friday night. Left-hander Jake Diekman and right-hander Matt Bush are usually reliable alternatives in those situations.


6/24/2016 | Mookie's mash, Koji's K's cap wild night

The Red Sox stunned the Rangers with four runs in the ninth inning and rallied for an 8-7 victory at Globe Life Park. The comeback came against relievers Jake Diekman and Matt Bush as the Rangers were trying to stay away from using closer Sam Dyson.




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