3/26/2015 | Rangers keeping a close eye on Fujikawa
Kyuji Fujikawa is scheduled to pitch in relief on Friday against the Athletics. The Rangers are watching him closely to see if he is fully recovered from Tommy John surgery or if he'll need more time in the Minors.
3/26/2015 | Veteran Ludwick not in Rangers' plans
The Rangers narrowed their outfield competition on Thursday by informing veteran outfielder Ryan Ludwick that he will not make the team.
3/26/2015 | Gallardo to open Rangers' season; Detwiler in rotation
Rangers manager Jeff Banister has officially named Yovani Gallardo the starter for the club's season opener at Oakland on April 6 and told Ross Detwiler that he has made the rotation.
3/26/2015 | Rangers optimistic about state of Tolleson's arm
The Rangers still don't know if right-handed reliever Shawn Tolleson will be ready for Opening Day, but they are cautiously optimistic that his arm issue is not serious.
3/26/2015 | Detwiler makes strong case for rotation
Manager Jeff Banister also isn't ready to make any public declarations but it does seem more and more apparent that Ross Detwiler is going to be in the rotation to start the season.
3/26/2015 | Detwiler dealt rough 2nd, Rangers bats go quietly
Rangers starter Ross Detwiler went four innings and allowed four runs, all coming in the second inning, but he rebounded to retire eight of the last nine batters that he faced.
3/25/2015 | Corporan, Chirinos form 'great relationship' as backstop duo
The Rangers backstops Carlos Corporan and Robinson Chirinos have formed a close friendship as they've gotten to know each other in camp.
3/25/2015 | Rangers awaiting the results of Tolleson's MRI
Shawn Tolleson may not be ready for Opening Day due to lingering tightness in his right forearm. Tolleson was sent for an MRI on Wednesday. The results, which will be sent to Dr. Keith Meister in Texas, aren't expected to be revealed until Thursday.
3/25/2015 | MLB Pipeline checks in from Rangers camp
The Rangers debuted several high-upside position players in the Rookie-level Arizona League in 2012. Three years later, third baseman Joey Gallo and outfielders Nomar Mazara and Nick Williams are on the verge of reaching Texas. Outfielder Lewis Brinson is a little further behind but has the best five-tool ceiling of them all.
3/24/2015 | Tepesch bolstering repertoire this spring with slow curve
Rangers starter Nick Tepesch gave up a home run to Albert Pujols off a hanging breaking ball Tuesday afternoon. There was some irony in that because Tepesch's offspeed pitches, especially a slow curve, have made significant improvement this spring.
3/24/2015 | Detwiler appears to be rotation lock, but other battles continue
Lefty Ross Detwiler is succeeding in his mission. He is proving to the Rangers that he belongs in their rotation. He has been the most impressive of Texas' back-end rotation candidates and should lock up the fourth spot in the rotation. There are still other weighty matters to decide, including the fifth spot in the rotation.
3/24/2015 | Rangers ride 10-run seventh to slugfest win over Angels
Adam Rosales had a two-run double and Thomas Field had a three-run home run in a 10-run seventh inning that lifted the Rangers to a 15-8 win over the Angels on Tuesday afternoon at Surprise Stadium. Ed Lucas had a single and a double in the inning as well.
3/24/2015 | Wright getting long look despite rough spring
Veteran reliever Jamey Wright has a 14.29 ERA in six outings and opponents are hitting .393 off him. But the Rangers are still taking a hard look at him.
3/24/2015 | No. 5 prospect Gonzalez assigned to Triple-A
Right-hander Alex Gonzalez, the Rangers' No. 1 Draft pick in 2013, had an impressive stay in big league camp. But that stay came to an end on Tuesday when Gonzalez was assigned to Triple-A Round Rock. Gonzalez pitched in four Cactus League games with a 3.95 ERA and an opponents' batting average of .214.
3/23/2015 | Rua's three-run triple in eighth caps four-RBI night
The Rangers and Reds played to a 6-6 tie on Monday night at Surprise Stadium in a game that ended after 10 innings.
3/23/2015 | With room to grow, Elvis ready to make it happen
In the Texas Rangers' clubhouse at Surprise Stadium, shortstop Elvis Andrus is contemplating the anticipated improvement in his performance. Andrus has been a regular for six seasons, but he is still only 26. He is an established Major Leaguer and yet, there is still room for his career to grow.
3/23/2015 | Choo returns, goes 3-for-5 in Triple-A game
Rangers outfielder Shin-Soo Choo, who has been sidelined with tightness in the triceps muscle of his left arm, was back on the field Monday.
3/23/2015 | Rangers send down top prospect Gallo, catchers Telis, Alfaro
The Rangers have sent third baseman Joey Gallo and top catching prospects Tomas Telis and Jorge Alfaro back to Minor League camp.
3/23/2015 | Beltre showing his son spring baseball ropes
One of Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre's great joys as he goes through the twilight of a Hall of Fame career is having his son Adrian Jr., join him on the road or in Spring Training.
3/22/2015 | Gallardo hurt by long ball in loss to Mariners
Rangers starter Yovani Gallardo was hit hard, allowing eight runs in 4 2/3 innings in an 8-0 loss to the Mariners on Sunday.
3/22/2015 | Gonzalez remains mystery man in Rangers' rotation battle
With two weeks to go before Opening Day, the Rangers expect to fill their starting rotation with pitchers they already have in camp. One of those candidates remains prospect Alex "Chi Chi" Gonzalez.
3/22/2015 | Darvish back in camp after Tommy John surgery
Yu Darvish is back in Rangers camp after undergoing Tommy John surgery on Tuesday in Florida. He will continue his rehab in Arizona until the end of Spring Training and then return to Arlington to do his work there during the season.
3/21/2015 | Rua battling to nail down starting left-field job
Ryan Rua finished last season as the Rangers left fielder, so technically he is the incumbent needed to be unseated. Rua's chief competition is Ryan Ludwick, whom he sits next to in the clubhouse.
3/21/2015 | Gallardo surprised by offseason trade to Texas
Yovani Gallardo has been reunited with Rangers pitching coach Mike Maddux and first baseman Prince Fielder, each of whom were already Brewers when the team selected Gallardo in the second round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft.
3/21/2015 | Lewis logs deepest spring start against Brewers
Colby Lewis allowed three runs in five innings of work as the Rangers dropped a 12-2 decision to the Brewers in split-squad action on Saturday at Surprise Stadium.
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