Rangers News

  • Perez dazzles again as Rangers sweep A's

    Martin Perez extended his scoreless-innings streak to 26 with another dominant effort as the Rangers finished a sweep of the A's with a 3-0 win on Wednesday at the O.co Coliseum.

  • Rangers acquire OF Robertson from Padres

    The Rangers, looking to add speed to their bench and still unsure if Shin-Soo Choo needs to go on the disabled list, acquired outfielder Dan Robertson from the Padres for cash considerations on Wednesday.

  • Rangers push Harrison's debut to Sunday

    Matt Harrison will be making his first start since April 6, 2013, on Sunday vs. the Mariners.

  • Rangers' Feliz shut down with general fatigue

    The Rangers have shut down pitcher Neftali Feliz from throwing, and the right-hander has returned to Arlington.

  • Rangers could move Martinez to bullpen

    The Rangers are not ready to option pitcher Nick Martinez back to Triple-A after his spot start against the Athletics on Tuesday night.

  • Justice: Washington key to Rangers' synergy

    With numerous injuries to starting pitchers and regulars alike, skipper Ron Washington has the Rangers playing better than the sum of their parts would suggest.

  • Rangers stun A's with ninth-inning rally

    The Rangers rallied for two runs in the top of the ninth inning for a 5-4 victory over the Athletics on Tuesday night at the O.Co Coliseum.

  • Rangers' Kouzmanoff, Figueroa exit game

    Both third baseman Kevin Kouzmanoff and pitcher Pedro Figueroa had to come out of the Rangers' victory over the Athletics on Tuesday night.

  • Rangers' Choo not headed to DL yet

    Outfielder Shin-Soo Choo is dealing with a sprained left ankle but is not going on the disabled list just yet. The Rangers, relieved that Choo is not dealing with a more serious high ankle sprain, are going to give him three days off and re-evaluate on Friday.

  • Rangers' Harrison ready to return on Friday

    Matt Harrison made it through Tuesday's bullpen session without any issues and now awaits his next assignment.

  • Rangers' Choice bats leadoff

    With outfield Shin-Soo Choo sidelined with a sprained left ankle, Michael Choice moved into the leadoff spot for the Rangers on Tuesday night with left-hander Tommy Milone on the mound for the Athletics.

  • Kouzmanoff, Rangers rally past A's

    Kevin Kouzmanoff's magical mystery tour continued on Monday night in Oakland. With the game tied, Kouzmanoff led off the eighth inning with a double against Athletics reliever Sean Doolittle and scored the go-ahead run on a single by Donnie Murphy to give the Rangers a 4-3 victory at the O.co Coliseum.

  • Rangers' Choo leaves game with sore ankle

    Rangers outfielder Shin-Soo Choo left Monday's game with the Athletics in the seventh inning with a sore left ankle.

  • Rangers' Choice to get start vs. former team

    Rangers outfielder Michael Choice will get to face his old team on Tuesday as manager Ron Washington is planning to start him against Athletics left-hander Tommy Milone.

  • Rangers' Harrison could return by Friday

    Pitcher Matt Harrison could return to the Rangers' rotation as early as Friday against the Mariners. Harrison threw a light bullpen session on Monday and is expected to throw a longer one on Tuesday. If that goes well, Harrison could start on Friday against the Mariners.

  • Rangers' Fielder gets intentional record

    Prince Fielder was walked intentionally again on Sunday for the eighth time this month. He is the first American League player to be intentionally walked that many times in April.

  • Kouz control: Texas fill-in wins weekly honor

    Rangers third baseman Kevin Kouzmanoff was so proficient filling in for injured All-Star Adrian Beltre this week, the veteran has been named the American League Player of the Week.

  • Ross, Rangers struggle giving up long ball

    In his fourth outing as a starter, Robbie Ross Jr. mostly did what he expects to do in that role Sunday. He worked quickly. He kept his pitch count down and the overwhelming majority of his pitches were strikes. But the Rangers lost to the White Sox, 16-2.