9/13/2014 | Braves out to dispatch Rangers, gain playoff steam
Pitcher Mike Minor has been doing his best to help keep the Braves in the National League Wild Card race. His offensive teammates just need to do their part when he pitches against Colby Lewis and the Rangers on Sunday afternoon at Globe Life Park.
9/13/2014 | Rangers fend off no-hit bid to down Braves
Lisalverto Bonilla earned his first Major League victory in his first start, as the Rangers won their second straight with a 3-2 victory over the Braves on Saturday afternoon at Globe Life Park.
9/13/2014 | Rangers set rotation amid pitching questions
Lisalverto Bonilla started for the Rangers on Saturday, while Robbie Ross remained in the bullpen. Manager Tim Bogar said people shouldn't read too much into that. The Rangers want to look at Bonilla, and he was the logical choice to go when Scott Baker was scratched. If Baker, who has right triceps tendinitis, isn't ready to go next Friday against the Angels, Ross will get consideration for that start.
9/13/2014 | Braves look to bounce back behind Teheran
The Braves will send 13-game winner Julio Teheran to the mound against Rangers rookie Lisalverto Bonilla, making his first big league start, as the NL Wild Card hopefuls try to bounce back on Saturday at Globe Life Park.
9/12/2014 | Holland twirls gem as Rangers edge Braves
Robinson Chirinos lined a two-out single to center field in the eighth inning to drive home the winning run and give the Rangers a 2-1 win over the Braves on Friday night at Globe Life Park.
9/12/2014 | Rangers remain shorthanded in the outfield
The Rangers went into Friday's game against the Braves without a healthy outfielder on the bench. That's unusual in June, it's almost unprecedented in September when the rosters are expanded.
9/12/2014 | Baker scratched with sore triceps
The Rangers have scratched pitcher Scott Baker from Saturday's start against the Braves because of tendinitis in his right triceps. Rookie right-hander Lisalverto Bonilla will start in his place at Globe Life Park.
9/11/2014 | Rangers drop series finale to division-rival Angels
Leonys Martin went 2-for-3 with a walk and his first first-inning leadoff home run on Thursday as he continues to respond to interim manager Tim Bogar's challenge to prove he can be a leadoff hitter. But he also made a crucial error in center field that cost Nick Martinez and turned out to be to be a pivotal play in a 7-3 loss to the Angels.
9/11/2014 | Rangers could give a start to Bonilla
If the Rangers need another starter, they may go with Lisalverto Bonilla, a September callup who was converted from a reliever to a starter at Triple-A Round Rock. He has been pitching out of the bullpen since coming up but was 1-1 with a 3.60 ERA in six starts at Round Rock.
9/11/2014 | Jones honored with Bronze Star
As part of a pregame Sept. 11 ceremony on Thursday, bench coach Bobby Jones was formally awarded his Bronze Star for his service in Vietnam, from December 1969 to February 1971.
9/11/2014 | Rasmus, Martinez bring Halos-Rangers to a close
The Angels are looking for Cory Rasmus to go as hard as he can for as long as he can when he faces rookie right-hander Nick Martinez and the Rangers on Thursday night.
9/10/2014 | Rangers held to RBI single in loss to Angels
The Angels are on a roll, as they continue to pull away from the rest of the American League West with an 8-1 victory over the Rangers on Wednesday at Globe Life Park. The Angels have won seven straight and 13 of their last 15 while the Rangers have lost 10 of their last 11.
9/10/2014 | Scheppers, Ogando begin throwing
Pitchers Tanner Scheppers and Alexi Ogando have both begun a throwing program. They're just playing catch, but it's their first step toward a good offseason and full recovery.
9/10/2014 | Levine emerges as candidate for D-backs' GM job
Assistant GM Thad Levine has emerged as a candidate to be the D-backs' GM. Arizona dismissed Kevin Towers earlier this month and Tony La Russa, who heads the organization's baseball operations, is conducting a search for a replacement.
9/10/2014 | Rangers trending toward rookies
The Rangers had five rookies in their lineup on Wednesday. That's one fewer than they had for Tuesday's 9-3 loss to the Angels, but if everybody is healthy, Texas could start nine rookies in a game.
9/9/2014 | Rangers lose challenge on Halos' stolen base
Rangers manager Tim Bogar challenged the ruling by second-base umpire Doug Eddings on a stolen base by Collin Cowgill, but the call was ruled as stands after a review in Tuesday night's 9-3 loss to the Angels.
9/9/2014 | Chirinos takes part in hitting, throwing activities
Rangers catcher Robinson Chirinos did some throwing and hitting on Tuesday. If he comes through that without issue, he could be an option at some point during the three-game series with the Angels.
9/9/2014 | Andrus enduring one tough all-around season
Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus is not having his best season. Among other things, he leads the league in caught stealing and is fourth in grounded into double plays. His defensive numbers are some of the lowest of his career. But most disappointing to him is his club's overall record.
9/9/2014 | Halos aim to maintain their championship form
Matt Shoemaker and the Angels will look to continue their march toward an AL West title by securing a series win over Nick Tepesch and the Rangers on Wednesday at Globe Life Park.
9/9/2014 | Rangers can't get Lewis off hook against Halos
Colby Lewis fired seven strong innings and Adrian Beltre belted his 18th homer, but it wasn't enough as the Rangers dropped a 9-3 decision to the Angels on Tuesday night.
9/8/2014 | Rangers visit A's, welcome Astros to open '15 season
The Rangers' 2015 home opener will be against the Astros on Friday, April 10, according to the schedule released by Major League Baseball on Monday.
9/8/2014 | Bogar values numbers, but trusts gut in role as skipper
Rangers interim manager Tim Bogar was the "quality assurance coach" with the Rays in 2008. One of his duties was to crunch information and data on opposing hitters so that Tampa Bay could implement the drastic defensive shifts that have become the rage. That experience suggests Bogar will be the type of manager who devours every possible bit of information spat out by a computer before he makes his on-field decisions. That may not quite be the case.
9/8/2014 | Bogar looks to capitalize on opportunity with Rangers
The Rangers are expected to conduct a managerial search as soon as the 2014 regular season is over. There is also a possibility it could be over quickly, or even before it ever really starts. There is a possibility that the Rangers could have the right man on the job right now in Tim Bogar, a 47-year-old former utility infielder, Major League coach and Minor League manager who is currently serving as the interim field boss after Ron Washington resigned on Friday.
9/7/2014 | Surging Angels look to build on baseball's best record
Two pitchers who have enjoyed a strong second half will face off against each other when the Angels open up a three-game series with the Rangers on Tuesday. Hector Santiago pitches for the Angels and Colby Lewis gets the start for Texas.
9/7/2014 | Rangers, sports world pitch in for Do It For Durrett
The cause is worthy, the venue is great and the music is world-class. But above all, it will be a great sports memorabilia auction at 7 p.m. Monday at Billy Bob's Texas. The Do It for Durrett Benefit was set up to raise money for the family of longtime Metroplex journalist Richard Durrett, who passed away at age 38 in June.
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