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
(This is a special guest post from a very good friend of mine named Alex. I did not ask Alex to write this, he just sent it to me one day. It is a review of Josh Hamilton’s book, which … Continue reading
A few days ago I read an article about Barry Bonds’ playing days.
Posted in Cooperstown, Texas Rangers baseball
Tagged Adrian Beltre, Barry Bonds, Elvis Andrus, Ian Kinsler, Joe Nathan, Josh Hamilton, Michael Young, Mike Adams, Mike Napoli, Neftali Feliz, Nelson Cruz, Ron Washington, Yu Darvish
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
In the midst of Tuesday’s post-Darvish hubbub, Jon Morosi of FOXSports.com threw out the following on Twitter: “An All-Star team of the Rangers and Angels could beat the Red Sox and Yankees. West is the new East.”
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Tagged Adrian Beltre, Adrian Gonzalez, Albert Pujols, Alexi Ogando, Alfredo Aceves, Anaheim Angels, Boone Logan, Boston Red Sox, Brett Gardner, Carl Crawford, CC Sabathia, Chris Iannetta, CJ Wilson, Clay Buccholz, Colby Lewis, Cory Wade, Craig Gentry, Curtis Granderson, Dan Haren, Daniel Bard, David Ortiz, David Robertson, Derek Holland, Derek Jeter, Dustin Pedroia, Elvis Andrus, Howie Kendrick, Ian Kinsler, Ivan Nova, Jacoby Ellsbury, Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Jered Weaver, Joe Girardi, Joe Nathan, Jon Lester, Jordan Walden, Josh Beckett, Josh Hamilton, Kevin Youkilis, Mariano Rivera, Michael Young, Mike Adams, Mike Napoli, Neftali Feliz, Nelson Cruz, New York Yankees, Peter Bourjos, Robinson Cano, Ron Washington, Russell Martin, Yu Darvish
Watching today’s rubber match between the Tigers and Rangers, I find myself thinking a lot about both yesterday’s game and another game that I watched almost exactly 1 year ago.
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