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4/29/2016 | Rangers' Fielder knocks in run No. 1,000

Prince Fielder reached a career milestone in the sixth inning Friday, as he knocked in career run No. 1,000.


4/29/2016 | Rehab assignment set for Rangers' Hamilton

Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton will start a Minor League rehab assignment to test his left knee on Saturday.


4/29/2016 | Darvish set to head out for rehab stint

Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish threw 20 pitches Friday in his last session before beginning a rehabilitation assignment.


4/29/2016 | Rangers push past Angels with three-run sixth

The Rangers scored three runs in the sixth inning to turn a deficit into a lead as they captured the first game of the three-game series with their AL West rivals, the Angels.


4/29/2016 | Holland, Shoemaker face off as series continues

Matt Shoemaker will looks for better results than from his season-opening loss to the Rangers, while Derek Holland guns for his fourth victory of 2016.


4/29/2016 | Taillon, Benintendi among top prospect performers Thursday

With Jameson Taillon's impressive start to the 2016 season, you would never suspect that he hadn't pitched competitively since '13. The Pirates' No. 4 prospect (No. 51 overall) improved to 2-0 on Thursday, firing seven innings of one-run ball for Triple-A Indianapolis in a win against Norfolk.


4/28/2016 | Music Man: Griffin's second passion is guitar

Rangers pitcher A.J. Griffin said there is a big difference playing the guitar in front of a small crowd at an Arizona watering hole and pitching in front of a sellout crowd at a Major League ballpark.


4/28/2016 | Andrus having an April to remember

Elvis Andrus is hitting .343 with 13 RBIs this month, with three triples -- the only triples hit by the Rangers so far this season.


4/28/2016 | Bradley, Payano among top prospect performers Wednesday

Bobby Bradley is on a roll right now, and his hot hitting continued on Wednesday.The No. 90 overall prospect helped Class A Advanced Lynchburg to a 12-6 win over Winston-Salem by going 3-for-5 with a home run, a pair of doubles and three RBIs.


4/28/2016 | Angels, Rangers open weekend series in Arlington

Angels left-hander Hector Santiago has never lost to the Rangers in Arlington. He'll put that unbeaten record on the line when he faces Texas on Friday night to open a three-game series. Colby Lewis gets the start for the home team.


4/27/2016 | Elvis' tie-breaking triple takes care of Yankees

Starter Martin Perez earned his first win of the season, and the Rangers took their second straight over the Yankees with a 3-2 victory on Wednesday night. The Yankees have lost 10 of their last 14 games.


4/27/2016 | With start at first, Hanser a true utility infielder

Hanser Alberto is now a complete utility infielder, with first base officially on his resume.


4/27/2016 | Darvish, Hamels set to make Sunday starts

The Rangers are planning on having both Yu Darvish (Double-A) and Cole Hamels return to the mound on Sunday after injuries.


4/27/2016 | Rangers find spark by cashing in on chances

The Rangers' offense found what it was missing, Elvis Andrus said after Tuesday's 10-1 victory over the Yankees snapped a four-game losing streak.


4/26/2016 | Griffin makes strong case to stay in rotation

Fifth starter A.J. Griffin doesn't look like a guy who is simply holding down a spot in the rotation until Yu Darvish gets off the disabled list.


4/26/2016 | Yankees, Rangers wrap up series behind CC, Perez

Rangers left-hander Martin Perez will be looking for his first victory while Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia will be trying to get deeper into a game when they face each other on Wednesday night in the series finale.


4/26/2016 | With booming bats, Texas puts brakes on skid

A five-run third inning helped bring the Rangers out of their offensive malaise, and they snapped a four-game losing streak with a 10-1 victory over the Yankees on Tuesday night.


4/26/2016 | Rangers not committing to Hamels decision

The Rangers are holding off on a decision regarding Cole Hamels, but the possibility exists that he could return to the rotation as early as this weekend.


4/26/2016 | Darvish throws to live hitters in BP, could be near rehab

The Rangers are enthusiastic about the way right-hander Yu Darvish is progressing, but are being increasingly careful about projecting his next step. Darvish, recovering from Tommy John elbow reconstruction surgery, threw 45 pitches of live batting practice on Tuesday afternoon at Globe Life Park and it appeared to go well.


4/26/2016 | Gallo, Garrett among top prospect performers Monday

Baseball's No. 7 overall prospect Joey Gallo slugged his sixth and seventh home runs of the season on Monday, including a go-ahead blast in the top of the 12th inning to help push Triple-A Round Rock past Memphis, 6-5.


4/26/2016 | Rangers need bats to break out, snap skid

Brett Nicholas hit his first Major League homer on Monday night, and it came off All-Star reliever Dellin Betances. But it was the only real offense the Rangers could muster in a 3-1 loss to the Yankees at Globe Life Park.


4/25/2016 | Griffin, Severino step into spotlight for Rangers, Yankees

Rangers right-hander A.J. Griffin will try to build off his promising start to the season when he goes against the Yankees on Tuesday night at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Griffin will face right-hander Luis Severino, who is looking for his first victory of the season.


4/25/2016 | Yanks ride Nathan's no-no bid to victory

Nathan Eovaldi took a no-hitter into the seventh inning before giving up a leadoff single to Nomar Mazara, and the Yankees held on for a 3-1 victory over the Rangers on Monday night.


4/25/2016 | Hamels throws 'pen session without issues

Cole Hamels threw 26 pitches in his bullpen session on Monday without any issues and could return to the rotation as early as Saturday, against the Angels.


4/24/2016 | Rangers' offense stalls during series in Chicago

The postmortem on the Rangers' three losses to the White Sox this weekend begins and ends with the offense. The Rangers either ran into some really good pitching or were just bad at the plate during the series, which ended with a 4-1 loss on Sunday afternoon.




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