What a Difference a Week Makes in Cardinal Nation! Five Losses and Four Quality Starts!

By:  Jim Tsapelas For the first time since 1983, the St. Louis Cardinals have been swept in a two series home stand against the American League’s Houston Astros and Texas Rangers.  The home stand sweep was devastating and difficult for the players and fans of Cardinal Nation. The Redbirds began the month of June, on the road playing ten games in twelve days.  The early … Continue reading What a Difference a Week Makes in Cardinal Nation! Five Losses and Four Quality Starts!

Hamels Gets Win After Hernandez Walks 5

By:  Joel Collins It was a battle between Aces at Globe Life Park in Arlington, TX this afternoon. The Seattle Mariners sent King Felix Hernandez to the hill to battle Cole Hamels and the 2015 A.L. West Champion Texas Rangers. After giving up two solo home runs to Robbie Cano in the 1st and Kyle Seager in the 2nd, Cole Hamels settled in to go … Continue reading Hamels Gets Win After Hernandez Walks 5

2016 Texas Rangers Opening Day Recap, Outlook, & Prediction

By:  Joel Collins The 2015 Season season ended in a heart-breaking fashion for the Texas Rangers. They will be looking to repeat as the AL West division champs though come Opening Day on Monday. Yes folks it’s that wondrous time of year again. When everything is new again and there is the smell of fresh cut grass and smoke from barbecues in the air. Every … Continue reading 2016 Texas Rangers Opening Day Recap, Outlook, & Prediction

The Curious Case of Jurickson Profar

By: Joel Collins Although he hasn’t fielded a ball since September 23, 2013, Jurickson Profar is ready for Spring Training in the middle of winter. Of course the Texas Rangers want to take it slow and with extreme caution with Profar. However, it is clear that the kid is ready to get back to playing baseball. Texas is taking every precaution they can with Profar’s torn … Continue reading The Curious Case of Jurickson Profar

Rangers Sign Platoon Outfielder Justin Ruggiano

By: Joel Collins The Mike Napoli departure to Cleveland left the Texas Rangers with a need for a right-handed bat. They responded quickly by signing Justin Ruggiano to a 1 year deal worth $1.65 million. With a very left-handed heavy line up his bat is much-needed and should give Texas more balance and depth. The 33-year-old may see some time at 1st base as well come spring … Continue reading Rangers Sign Platoon Outfielder Justin Ruggiano