Tag Archives: Texas Rangers

Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Unlucky Yu

All he needed was one more out

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Offseason so far: AL West

We complete a round-up of the offseason so far in the American League by reviewing the comings and goings from the AL West division.

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Rounding the Bases: Deals being made

One week ago I stated that we may be waiting a few weeks before the MLB Hot Stove started to heat up and teams began making significant roster additions

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Shouldering responsibility

The list of baseball incidents likely to catch the attention of the British press is a short on

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: A 2013 return

Baseball fans in the U.K. will be putting sleep to one side in the early hours of Monday 1 April as the Houston Astros make their American League debut against the Texas Rangers

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Darvish completes deal with Texas

Major League Baseball will welcome a new international talent to its roster this season after Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish signed a six-year contract with the Texas Rangers

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Rangers raise the stakes again with $51.7m bid for Darvish

After all the rumours, it was Texas, rather than Toronto, who were the highest bidder for Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish.

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An inspiring World Series

A day or so removed from the final out, the excitement generated by this year’s World Series is still fully evident among baseball fans

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World Series 2011: On to Game Seven

Game Seven of the 2011 World Series will get underway at 1.05 am on Saturday. At several times during Game Six, it seemed very unlikely that we would have one more game to look forward to in the 2011 season

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World Series 2011 Game Five: Rangers are one win away from glory

The Texas Rangers stand one win away from capturing the 2011 World Series after a 4-2 victory in a weird and wonderful Game Five

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