3/5/2015 | Rangers see prospects as key to rebound season
The Rangers have reason for confidence that the lull in their success will not be extensive, not with the type of young talent that is about to arrive from the farm system.
3/5/2015 | Banister: Rangers will continue to be aggressive on basepaths
The Rangers were an aggressive baserunning team under former manager Ron Washington and will continue to be so under Jeff Banister.
3/5/2015 | Rangers give up lead in ninth to lose second straight to Royals
Royals prospect Cheslor Cuthbert ripped a two-out, two-run single in the bottom of the ninth off Rangers reliever Alec Asher to rally Kansas City to a 5-4 victory over Texas on Thursday afternoon.
3/5/2015 | Rangers' 'Nicks' on mission to make team out of camp
Rangers pitcher Nick Tepesch was blunt when assessing his mission for the spring. Fellow pitcher Nick Martinez was also concise on the subject. Both are out to make the team out of camp.
3/5/2015 | Darvish not concerned after exiting spring debut
Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish left Thursday's start against the Royals with tightness in his right triceps muscle. Darvish threw just 12 pitches in one inning of work.
3/5/2015 | Andrus on track for Cactus action next week
Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus is full-go with his left knee, and he expects to be ready to play in a Cactus League game early next week.
3/4/2015 | Banister credits Gallardo's work in first outing
Yovani Gallardo allowed four runs on six hits, with no walks and one strikeout in his first Cactus League outing. The reality is Gallardo pitched better than his linescore, according to manager Jeff Banister.
3/4/2015 | Ludwick homers in Gallardo's Rangers debut
Ryan Ludwick went deep in the second inning, Yovani Gallardo entered in the third and tossed 1 2/3 innings, and Colby Lewis was encouraged by how he felt during his first spring outing as the Rangers took a 13-2 loss to the Royals on Wednesday in the Cactus League opener for both clubs.
3/4/2015 | Banister, Rangers taking long look at lefty Claudio
The Rangers have 33 pitchers in camp. Left-handed reliever Alex Claudio is the one pitcher they want to get a quick read on early this spring. "He's a guy we want to see and are very interested in. ... Heard a lot about," manager Jeff Banister said. "I'm looking forward to seeing all of them, but a guy who throws from that side makes it more interesting."
3/4/2015 | Andrus provides soundtrack to Rangers' lives
Shortstop Elvis Andrus has turned into the Wolfman Jack of the Rangers, complete with his boom box that he takes out to the field for batting practice.
3/4/2015 | Rangers return reliever Olmos to Mariners
The Rangers have returned injured left-hander Edgar Olmos to the Mariners. Olmos was claimed off waivers at the beginning of Spring Training, but he has been unable to pitch because of an impingement in his left shoulder.
3/3/2015 | Peguero powerful outfield candidate for Rangers
Carlos Peguero is in the left field mix for the Rangers this spring. He is not one of the leading candidates, but he may have the most sheer power of any of them.
3/3/2015 | Lewis excited to make Cactus League debut
Rangers pitcher Colby Lewis may be one of those guys they have to drag off the field when his time is up. He doesn't expect that to happen anytime soon.
3/3/2015 | Ludwick back on familiar ground with Rangers
Veteran outfielder Ryan Ludwick is hoping to regain some semblance of his former self. The 36-year-old is back with Texas as a non-roster invitee to Spring Training, 13 years after he made his Major League debut with the club in June 2002.
3/3/2015 | Wilson to visit Rangers' camp at end of March
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who has led his team to back-to-back Super Bowl appearances, will make his annual visit to the Rangers' camp on March 28 when they play the Padres.
3/3/2015 | Rangers taking 'cautious approach' with Moreland
Designated hitter Mitch Moreland won't be in the lineup on Wednesday when the Rangers open their Cactus League slate against the Royals.
3/2/2015 | Rangers briefed on pace-of-play initiatives
Rangers players were briefed on a number of topics Monday by representatives of the Players Association, and pace of play was among them.
3/2/2015 | Prince says 'everything is smooth' with swing
Wednesday against the Royals is the target date for Prince Fielder to play in his first game since May 16. At that point, the Rangers will start getting a real measure for where Fielder is at offensively in his return from surgery to repair a herniated disk in his neck.
3/2/2015 | Andrus limited due to soreness in left knee
Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus is dealing with some soreness in his left knee, and he was limited in his workouts on Monday.
3/1/2015 | Darvish on 2014 season: 'I never quit the team'
After retiring three straight hitters, two on strikeouts, during an intrasquad game on Sunday, Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish addressed a question about accusations that he quit on the team last season by missing the final seven weeks with mild inflammation in his right elbow.
3/1/2015 | Banister shares message of fan battling cancer
Rangers manager Jeff Banister had a moving message for his team on Sunday. It came from Walker Reese, an 18-year-old high school pitcher in Lake Travis, Texas, who has been diagnosed with cancer.
3/1/2015 | Detwiler attempts to restart career with Rangers
After ending his time with the Nationals in the bullpen, lefty Ross Detwiler is thrilled to get a chance to be a starter again with the Rangers.
3/1/2015 | Holland scratched from intrasquad game
Derek Holland has been scratched from Sunday's intrasquad game because of what the Rangers said was normal Spring Training soreness in his left shoulder.