The last-place team is actually having fun with pitcher Andrew Cashner's tendency to wear the Lone Star State on his sleeve(s).
The state's top offerings, from short-story readings set to Edward Hopper's works of art in Dallas to a concert by eighties queen Molly Ringwald in Lake Jackson.
On watching ballgames at the old Arlington Stadium; writing about the Texas Rangers, America’s new favorite team; and comparing notes on morality with C. J. Wilson.
1. Third Time’s the Charm! Right? For the third straight year, the Texas Rangers head into the postseason with hopes that are high and realistic. Led by perennial MVP candidate Josh Hamilton, they’re the best-hitting team in baseball. They’ve got a lights-out closer in Joe Nathan and, despite some devastating…
With two chances to win the World Series with a single strike, the championship slipped away from the Rangers for the second year in a row.
The Texas Rangers may not have won the World Series, but it was a year fans will never forget.
What’s different about this Rangers team that earned them their first trip to the World Series? Everything.
A manager who admitted using cocaine? Owners who declared bankruptcy? Something about Claws and Antlers? No, the craziest story line of the season is that the Rangers have finally earned some respect.