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  • Rangers looking to add depth to starting rotation, don't plan to spend big to get Yu Darvish

    Rangers looking to add depth to starting rotation, don't plan to spend big to get Yu Darvish

    Jon DanielsJon Daniels
    ARLINGTON, Texas -- Rangers general manager Jon Daniels anticipates adding depth to his rotation. It remains unlikely that a pitcher will be a front-line starter. "We're not going to close the door on the chance to add premium talent. You always explore it," Daniels said Tuesday. "But if I had to handicap it, I don't think it's highly likely at this point." Yu Darvish, traded by the Rangers to the NL champion Los Angeles Dodgerslast July, is among several st...
    ARLINGTON, Texas -- Rangers general manager Jon Daniels anticipates adding depth to his rotation. It remains unlikely that a pitcher will be a front-line starter. "We're not going to close the door on the chance to add premium talent. You always explore it," Daniels said Tuesday. "But if I had to handicap it, I don't think it's highly likely at this point." Yu Darvish, traded by the Rangers to the NL champion Los Angeles Dodgerslast July, is among several st...
  • Rangers sign Ohlman to minor deal, invite to spring training

    Rangers sign Ohlman to minor deal, invite to spring training

    Free agent catcher Mike Ohlman has agreed to a minor league contract with the Texas Rangers and will report to major league spring training. Ohlman made his major league debut last season, when he appeared in seven games for Toronto and went 3 for 13 with one RBI.

    Free agent catcher Mike Ohlman has agreed to a minor league contract with the Texas Rangers and will report to major league spring training. Ohlman made his major league debut last season, when he appeared in seven games for Toronto and went 3 for 13 with one RBI.

  • Ryan Rua agrees to one-year deal to remain with Rangers

    Ryan Rua agrees to one-year deal to remain with Rangers

    ARLINGTON, Texas -- Texas Rangers outfielder Ryan Rua has agreed to an $870,000, one-year contract to avoid salary arbitration. In four stints with Texas last season, Rua hit .217 with three home runs and 12 RBI over 63 games. The right-hander, who has spent parts of the last four seasons with the Rangers, played left field and also appeared some at first base last year. He had a major league salary of $544,740. Texas still has three arbitration-eligible players ...
    ARLINGTON, Texas -- Texas Rangers outfielder Ryan Rua has agreed to an $870,000, one-year contract to avoid salary arbitration. In four stints with Texas last season, Rua hit .217 with three home runs and 12 RBI over 63 games. The right-hander, who has spent parts of the last four seasons with the Rangers, played left field and also appeared some at first base last year. He had a major league salary of $544,740. Texas still has three arbitration-eligible players ...
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  • Astros land Cole in five player deal

    Astros land Cole in five player deal

    Cole went 12-12 with a 4.26 ERA, 196 strikeouts and 55 walks while making a career-high 33 starts in 2017.

    Cole went 12-12 with a 4.26 ERA, 196 strikeouts and 55 walks while making a career-high 33 starts in 2017.

  • Astros star Jose Altuve named AP Male Athlete of the Year

    Astros star Jose Altuve named AP Male Athlete of the Year

    Jose AltuveJose Altuve

    As one of the smallest players in the majors, Altuve certainly isn’t known as a slugger, but that performance made him just the 10th player in major league history and first since 2012 to hit three homers in a playoff game.

    As one of the smallest players in the majors, Altuve certainly isn’t known as a slugger, but that performance made him just the 10th player in major league history and first since 2012 to hit three homers in a playoff game.

  • Gattis homers twice to lead Astros over Mariners, 6-2

    Gattis homers twice to lead Astros over Mariners, 6-2

    HOUSTON --  Evan Gattis homered twice to back up a solid start by Brad Peacock and help the Houston Astros to a 6-2 victory over the Seattle Marinerson Tuesday night. Gattis hit solo shots in the second and sixth innings off Sam Gaviglio (3-5) for the eighth multihomer game of his career. Peacock (8-1) allowed three hits and one run while fanning nine in seven innings to tie the longest start of his career and earn his fifth straight...
    HOUSTON --  Evan Gattis homered twice to back up a solid start by Brad Peacock and help the Houston Astros to a 6-2 victory over the Seattle Marinerson Tuesday night. Gattis hit solo shots in the second and sixth innings off Sam Gaviglio (3-5) for the eighth multihomer game of his career. Peacock (8-1) allowed three hits and one run while fanning nine in seven innings to tie the longest start of his career and earn his fifth straight...
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