Monthly Archives: June 2012

MORE INJURIES

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Last year it was the offense that sustained seemingly injury after injury. Nelson Cruz was placed on the disabled list three times. Adrian Beltre’s hamstring issue kept him on for six weeks. Josh Hamilton and Mike … Continue reading

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A HUNTING WE WILL GO…..

BY: Richard W. Humphrey With more than a third of the season in the books and the First Year Player Draft in the rear view mirror, general managers are turning their attention to improving their teams through trades. Trades will … Continue reading

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DH THOUGHTS

BY: Richard W. Humphrey This past Sunday, Alexi Ogando was injured hustling to first base on an intended sacrifice bunt. He beat the throw for a base hit, but was removed from the game before another pitch was thrown with … Continue reading

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THURSDAY MORNING MUSINGS

BY: Richard W. Humphrey UPDATE: Thursday afternoon, the Rangers announced that Derek Holland would be placed on the.15-day disabled list and that the contract of Tanner Scheppers was being purchased from AAA Round Rock. He will join the team immediately. … Continue reading

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FIFTH STARTER QUANDRY

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Last night in Oakland, Scott Feldman was truly wretched in his third start since taking Neftali Feliz’s rotation spot and fifth start of the season. It was at a minimum a disappointing performance as for the … Continue reading

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MONDAY MORNING SCATTERSHOOTING

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Texas lost two of three this weekend to the Angels and saw their lead in the West shrink to 4.5 games (five in the loss column). It’s WAY too early for the trademarks of a pennant … Continue reading

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