Monthly Archives: June 2013

JUNE 27, 1973 – A REMEMBRANCE

BY: Richard W. Humphrey 40 years ago today, the Texas Rangers had their first sellout, a crowd of 35,698, in their second season in Texas. The attraction was the Rangers’ starting pitcher, David Clyde. Clyde was 18, having graduated just … Continue reading

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PROFAR QUESTION UPDATE

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Prior to Saturday’s game with Toronto, Ian Kinsler was activated from the disabled list. Infielder Leury Garcia, not Jurickson Profar, was optioned to AAA Round Rock to make room on the 25 man roster for Kinsler, … Continue reading

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THE PROFAR QUESTION

BY: Richard W. Humphrey During Wednesday’s game against the Indians, the Rangers announced that Ian Kinsler had gone through a complete workout before the game that included taking ground balls, turning double plays and batting practice. After the workout, Ranger … Continue reading

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A REMEMBRANCE

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Kansas City was in Arlington this weekend, the Royals only trip to Texas this season. They arrived as one of the most disappointing teams in baseball over the first third of the season. The Royals have … Continue reading

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