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4/24/2015 | Prospect Eickhoff comes within two outs of no-hitter

Triple-A pitcher Jerad Eickhoff came within two outs of throwing a no-hitter at Round Rock on Friday night. Eickhoff, pitching against Colorado Springs, started the ninth by getting Ben Guez on a fly ball to center. But then he walked Donnie Murphy and gave up a home run to Matt Long.


4/24/2015 | Hamilton had quite the highlight reel with Rangers

With Josh Hamilton reportedly set to rejoin the Rangers, let's take a look back at some of the best moments from his five-year stint in Arlington, during which he won the 2010 American League MVP Award and helped the Rangers win two pennants.


4/24/2015 | Hamilton back to Rangers a welcome reunion

Theirs was a nearly perfect marriage for five seasons, and that surely is what this reunion is about. Josh Hamilton and the Texas Rangers may have needed one another more than they ever understood, and maybe this is about both of them attempting to recapture some of the old magic. So here's to second chances and happy endings.


4/24/2015 | Verrett designated for assignment to make room for Rodriguez

The Rangers ended their trial with long reliever Logan Verrett, designating him for assignment on Friday to make room for Wandy Rodriguez.


4/24/2015 | Former teammates Wilson, Lewis set to face off

After being pushed back two days because of some stiffness in his elbow, Angels left-hander C.J. Wilson will be facing his old teammates when he pitches against the Rangers on Saturday. He will be opposed by Colby Lewis. They were two of the Rangers' top starters during two trips to the World Series in 2010-11.


4/24/2015 | Rangers ready to welcome Hamilton back

The news that outfielder Josh Hamilton is close to returning to the Rangers has his former teammates excited and ready to welcome him back.


4/24/2015 | Source: Rangers to trade for Halos' Hamilton

The Rangers are close to a deal that would bring Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton back to Texas, according to a source. Neither club has confirmed.


4/23/2015 | Rangers top prospect Gallo set to return after late start

Joey Gallo, the Rangers' top prospect and the No. 10 prospect on MLB.com's Top 100 list, is expected to make his season debut for the Double-A Frisco RoughRiders, according to FOX Sports Southwest. The club has not confirmed.


4/23/2015 | Nadel's concert for charity sure to be a hit

Rangers broadcaster Eric Nadel's fourth annual birthday bash is on. The concert, which has grown to be an annual part of the Rangers' social events, will be held at 8 p.m. CT on April 30 at the Kessler Theater in Dallas. Texas natives Jimmy LaFave and Emily Ebert will headline the concert, which will benefit Focus on Teens, a Dallas nonprofit that reaches out to young people in the critical early stages of homelessness.


4/23/2015 | Tough luck, shaky defense cost Gallardo in loss

Not long after the Rangers' 8-5 loss to the D-backs in the final game of a two-game series, Yovani Gallardo was perched in front of his locker, and the focus had shifted to a familiar theme: pitching and defense.


4/22/2015 | Owings, Bradley shine as D-backs earn split with Rangers

Archie Bradley overcame a difficult first inning to register another quality start, as the D-backs beat the Rangers, 8-5, on Wednesday night to earn a two-game split at Chase Field.


4/22/2015 | Collmenter, Cole look to stay hot in series opener

The Pirates and D-backs open up a three-game series Friday night at Chase Field with the Pirates' Gerrit Cole squaring off against the D-backs' Josh Collmenter. Both pitchers are looking to build off impressive recent performances.


4/22/2015 | Wandy to start Friday; Detwiler bumped from rotation

The Rangers have made a shift to their starting rotation. Veteran left-hander Wandy Rodriguez will start against the Angels on Friday in Anaheim, and he could be in line for at least two starts.


4/22/2015 | Prince of pop: Red-hot Fielder snaps HR drought

Fielder smoked a ground-rule double to the gap in left center field in the first inning of Tuesday's 7-1 victory against the D-backs. He hit a two-run home run in the eighth to extend the Rangers' lead to 5-1, and in doing so, he snapped the second-longest season-opening homerless drought of his career at 55 plate appearances.


4/21/2015 | Harrison targets June for return to Rangers

Injured Rangers starter Matt Harrison is targeting a June return to the big leagues. Harrison, who is recovering from spinal fusion surgery and working out at the club's Spring Training facility in nearby Surprise, Ariz., joined his teammates Tuesday at Chase Field.


4/20/2015 | Martinez steered to mound by father

Nick Martinez transitioned from infielder to pitcher at the urging of his father and with coaching from a neighbor, former Ranger Juan Alvarez.


4/19/2015 | Bass' relief effort a bright spot in tough loss

Right-hander Anthony Bass once again had to take over for an ineffective starting pitcher on Sunday afternoon. This time he did more than just tidy up in a losing effort.


4/19/2015 | Walks put bullpen in 'bad situation' as lead melts away

Tanner Scheppers blamed himself for putting the Rangers bullpen in a tough spot as the Mariners rallied to win with a walk-off run in the ninth.


4/19/2015 | D-backs look to keep Rangers' Martinez from third win

After both teams had Monday off, the Rangers and D-backs open a two-game Interleague series Tuesday night at Chase Field. The Rangers will send right-hander Nick Martinez to the mound, and he will be looking for his third win in as many starts.


4/19/2015 | Fielder, Moreland to continue sharing time at DH

Rangers manager Jeff Banister said Prince Fielder and Mitch Moreland would continue to both see time at designated hitter.


4/19/2015 | Big bats come up empty vs. Seattle's ace

Felix Hernandez held the Rangers to just two hits over seven innings while striking out 12 in pitching the Mariners to a 3-1 victory on Saturday night.


4/19/2015 | Lewis battles to keep it close but homer is costly

Colby Lewis took his first loss Saturday after fighting through 5 2/3 innings to keep it close against the Mariners, but three runs were more than enough for Felix Hernandez.


4/18/2015 | King of K's: Felix fans 12 to snap skid, Rangers bats fall quiet

Mariners starter Felix Hernandez struck out 12 over seven sterling innings and the lineup notched some timely hits to even the series vs. the Rangers on Saturday.


4/18/2015 | Lefties Paxton, Detwiler set to duel for first win

A pair of left-handers will face off on Sunday as Ross Detwiler pitches for the Rangers against James Paxton of the Mariners in the final game of the series at Safeco Field.






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