Rangers News

  • Rangers' Ross delivers in third start

    Robbie Ross Jr., in his third Major League start, was outstanding for 7 2/3 innings and Prince Fielder and Kevin Kouzmanoff had back-to-back home runs in the second inning as the Rangers cruised to a 5-0 victory over the Mariners on Tuesday night.

  • Rangers' Choice cherishes wearing No. 42

    Rangers outfielder Michael Choice achieved another childhood dream on Tuesday. He was able to wear a big league uniform with the No. 42 on the back.

  • Fielder breaks home run drought

    Rangers first baseman Prince Fielder went into Tuesday's game without a home run in 13 games, his longest drought to start a season since needing 15 games to go deep in 2010. He changed that with one swing in the second inning of a 5-0 win over Seattle.

  • Darvish geared up to face King Felix

    Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish said he knows how to handle Mariners right-hander Felix Hernandez. He was kidding. The two No. 1 starters will be facing each other on Wednesday night when the Rangers host the Mariners in the third of their four-game series.

  • Wash re-airs concerns about transfer rule

    Manager Ron Washington is in favor of replay reviews but is still not happy with the way the transfer rule is being called and the Rangers have again voiced their concerns with the Commissioner's Office.

  • Texas' Harrison not happy with rehab outing

    Left-handed pitcher Matt Harrison rejoined the Rangers on Tuesday, one day after his second rehab start for Double-A Frisco. Pitching in Little Rock against Arkansas, Harrison allowed three runs on six hits and three walks while striking out two in 3 1/3 innings.

  • Rangers' Lewis makes solid return in loss

    Rangers pitcher Colby Lewis made a remarkable return on Monday after a 21-month absence from the Major Leagues. The Rangers wouldn't mind seeing their offense reappear as well. Making his third Major League start, Roenis Elias held the Rangers to one run over 6 2/3 innings in the Mariners' 7-1 victory.

  • Washington ejected after call overturned

    Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon was successful in getting a call overturned with a replay review on Monday night and Rangers manager Ron Washington was so upset by the reversal that he was ejected by umpire Ted Barrett.

  • Beltre recognizes DL stint is 'probably smart'

    Adrian Beltre said that it was "probably smart" to go on the disabled list with a strained left quad muscle. But that doesn't mean he was happy with the Rangers' decision.

  • Rangers proud to wear No. 42

    As the Rangers set to honor Jackie Robinson today against the Mariners, their players are proud to wear the No. 42 jersey.

  • Harrison throws 77 pitches in rehab outing

    Matt Harrison threw 77 pitches over 3 1/3 innings in his second rehab start for Double-A Frisco on Monday night.

  • Soria to get the ball as Rangers' closer

    Manager Ron Washington said if the Rangers have a lead going into the ninth inning on Monday night, Joakim Soria will be on the mound as the closer.

  • Rangers prospects Alfaro, Gallo homer in win

    Home runs from two of the Rangers' top prospects help power Class A Advanced Myrtle Beach to a 9-6 victory against Salem on Monday. No. 1 prospect Jorge Alfaro hit his first home run of the season in the second inning and reigning Minor League home run champion Joey Gallo followed with a blast of his own in the third.

  • Texas designates McCutchen for assignment

    The Rangers have designated pitcher Daniel McCutchen for assignment to make room for Colby Lewis on both the active and 40-man roster.

  • Perez shuts down Astros again

    The Rangers rode the pitching of Martin Perez to their second 1-0 victory in three games over the Astros on Sunday afternoon. The shutout was the third by Rangers pitchers this season.

  • The Rangers will be among the teams that will wear No. 42 in honor of former Dodgers infielder Jackie Robinson on Tuesday.

    The Rangers will be among the teams that will wear No. 42 in honor of former Dodgers infielder Jackie Robinson on Tuesday.

  • Quad strain forces Beltre to disabled list

    The Rangers on Sunday added pitcher Hector Noesi to the active roster and placed third baseman Adrian Beltre on the disabled list, retroactive to April 9, with a strained left quad muscle. Beltre is eligible to come off the disabled list on April 25.

  • Rangers' Choice home run makes history

    Michael Choice made Rangers history when he hit his first Major League home run as a pinch-hitter on Saturday night against the Astros. Choice is the first Rangers player to ever hit his first Major League home run in a pinch-hit at-bat.