Monthly Archives: April 2012

DISAPPOINTING WEDNESDAY

BY: Richard W. Humphrey ARLINGTON, Texas – The Rangers take the field this afternoon in the finale of this four-game series with Seattle and the finale of this seven-game season opening home stand. They will be looking to bounce back … Continue reading

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FELIZ NAVIDAD

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Tuesday night in Arlington, Neftali Feiz was sensational to start the new year in his first major league start. He threw seven shutout innings at Seattle, allowing just four hits, striking out four and walking two. … Continue reading

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THE FIRST DAY OF YU

HOME RUNS BAIL OUT UGLY PITCHING PERFORMANCE BY: Richard W. Humphrey ARLINGTON, Texas – The most celebrated pitcher to ever immigrate to the major leagues from Japan won his first start for the Texas Rangers. Texas blasted four home runs … Continue reading

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GOOD SIGNS

BY: Richard W. Humphrey The Rangers opened 2012 with a 2-1 series win over the White Sox and showed good signs for the season. The opening day 3-2 win was followed a disappointing 4-3 loss on Saturday and a solid … Continue reading

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AND AWAY WE GO!!!!

BY: Richard W. Humphrey The Rangers kicked off the 2012 season with a 3-2 win over Chicago Friday afternoon. Colby Lewis threw six strong innings to earn the win. Alexi Ogando, Mike Adams and Joe Nathan closed out the final … Continue reading

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NEW YEAR’S EVE NOTES

BY: Richard W. Humphrey For many of us, opening day for the Rangers is a new year. Friendships will be renewed with people we haven’t seen since last October. The possibilities for a successful season are endless for every team, … Continue reading

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THE FINAL TALLY IS IN

BY: Richard W. Humphrey According to local reports, the Rangers have finalized their roster. Mark Lowe and Koji Uehara get the final two bullpen spots. Yoshi Tateyama will be placed on the disabled list. In the battle for the final … Continue reading

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SURPRISE!

BY: Richard W. Humphrey It’s basically a given that every opening day roster will have a surprise; a player that makes the team that was never envisioned when spring training began. Mason Tobin was such a surprise last year, as … Continue reading

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