Texas Rangers

Extra Bases: Ross aims to be aggressive
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Robbie Ross will attempt to snap a personal three-decision losing streak when the Texas Rangers' 24-year-old left-hander takes on the Boston Red Sox in the final game of the homestand set for 2:05 p.

Rangers need more from starting rotation
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ARLINGTON, Texas -- It's not fair to pin the past two weeks of haphazard Texas Rangers baseball on just the starting rotation.After all, the batters can't seem to hit with any kind of consistency and the defense hasn't exactly been sporting shiny gold gloves of late.

Scott Baker joins Rangers bullpen
In desperate need of some arms in the bullpen, the Texas Rangers purchased the contract of pitcher Scott Baker and optioned outfielder Daniel Robertson to Triple-A Round Rock.

No DH impacts Rangers rotation, bench
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This is the time every year that if you follow an American League team and you play in a National League park, the debate over whether the DH is a good or bad thing flares up again.

W2W4: Rangers at Colorado Rockies
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For the first time this season, the Texas Rangers play at a National League opponent with the odd two-game series in Colorado. The Rockies then come to Arlington for two games, so it's essentially a four-game series without either team having a home-field advantage.

Rapid Reaction: Athletics 12, Rangers 1
ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Oakland Athletics completed a sweep of the Texas Rangers, beating up starter Robbie Ross in a monster third inning, eventually winning 12-1.

Quick adjustments help propel A's to win
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ARLINGTON, Texas -- Boy, these Oakland Athletics sure are quick learners, aren't they?Less than a week ago, Martin Perez baffled the A's hitters in a masterful three-hit, complete-game shutout.

W2W4: Top-2 AL West teams in Arlington
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For the second time in a week, the Texas Rangers will face the Oakland A's in a three-game series. This one is at Globe Life Park in Arlington, the first time the A's have played in Arlington this season.

Ross throws strikes but finds no answers
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ARLINGTON, Texas -- Maybe throwing strikes is overrated.Texas Rangers starter Robbie Ross Jr. threw 65 of his 86 pitches for strikes, had a career-high eight strikeouts and issued zero walks but was on the wrong end of a 16-2 loss to the Chicago White Sox on Sunday afternoon at Globe Life Park.

Rapid Reaction: White Sox 16, Rangers 2
ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Rangers, potent in the first two games of the series, could muster only two hits, both singles, in a 16-2 spanking by the White Sox on Sunday afternoon at Globe Life Park.

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