Category Archives: contracts and arbitration

Pouring Like an Avalanche, Comin’ Down the Mountain

Yesterday afternoon Prince Fielder signed a ludicrous deal with the Tigers (which I panned a few hours ago). Now that we know he won’t be playing in Texas for the better part of the next decade, where do the Rangers … Continue reading

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Dancing with a Train

Prince Fielder is off the market. He will not be playing for the Rangers in 2012 and beyond.

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Nice to Meet Yu

Yu Darvish will be introduced tonight at The Ballpark. No doubt it will be a circus.

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Take Dat Wi’ch Yu!

When I woke up this morning, I started to work through two possible posts for this evening.

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Extension Tension

Rangers Fan Fest was this weekend and a lot of interesting stuff came out of it. Quotes from Joe Nathan, Neftali Feliz, Alexi Ogando, Nolan Ryan, Josh Hamilton, and Ian Kinsler. A lot of interesting stuff that can be dissected … Continue reading

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One Week Until Forever

In exactly one week, we will know the fate of the Texas Rangers going forward. It may sound dramatic, but it’s true.

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Catch Me If You Can

Even though it won’t go live until Monday morning, I feel the need to write about catchers on Sunday night.

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The Crimes of an Ancient Mariner*

Last week Andy MacPhail [president of the Baltimore Orioles] offered his opinion to the Baltimore Sun that Alex Rodriguez’s deal with Texas was the worst FA signing in baseball history. I tend to agree [and a few paragraphs down I … Continue reading

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…and another thing!

The Michael Young saga continues into the weekend, but at this point a trade seems unlikely. There are too many moving parts and the club seems adamant about striking a deal only if it makes sense on both ends, which … Continue reading

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