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5/4/2015 | Rangers snap Astros' 10-game winning streak

Robinson Chirinos scored Adrian Beltre on a sacrifice fly to center field in the ninth inning that broke a tie and sent the Rangers to a 2-1 win Monday night at Minute Maid Park, breaking the Astros' 10-game winning streak. It was their first loss of the season in any game in which they had the lead.


5/4/2015 | Martin day to day with left wrist sprain

Rangers center fielder Leonys Martin was in a lot of pain after Monday's 2-1 win against the Astros while tending to a sprained left wrist. There is a good chance he could at least miss the next couple of games against the Astros, but Martin is hopeful he can avoid the disabled list.


5/4/2015 | Rangers option Mendez, call up Patton

Rangers general manager Jon Daniels admitted the one thing he could have done better this offseason was put together a stronger bullpen. The Rangers were counting on a number of young arms to have an impact out of the bullpen, but that hasn't happened.


5/4/2015 | GM Daniels expects better from Rangers

Rangers general manager Jon Daniels is unhappy with the way his team has started the season, and he strongly suggested that more changes could be coming if things don't turn around quickly.


5/4/2015 | Hamilton works on timing in extended spring

On Monday, Josh Hamilton went 0-for-4 with three hard hit ground balls to first base and a strikeout in his first extended spring game action since joining the Rangers. The veteran is on the 15-day disabled list as he recovers from right shoulder surgery on Feb. 4.


5/4/2015 | MLB reveals 30 Honorary Bat Girl winners

Thirty winners were announced on Monday by Major League Baseball in the 2015 Honorary Bat Girl contest.


5/3/2015 | Rangers can't find clutch hit in frustrating loss

The Rangers had their chances. They were only retired in order once and had multiple baserunners in six innings. But, after going 1 for 13 with runners in scoring position and leaving 14 men on base, the Rangers fell to the A's, 7-1, in Sunday's series finale at Globe Life Park.


5/3/2015 | Injured Moreland to begin throwing Monday

Rangers first baseman Mitch Moreland will travel with the Rangers as they go to Houston for a three-game series beginning Monday as he continues to recover from left elbow surgery.


5/3/2015 | Darvish progressing through rehab process

Other than the obvious fact that he can't pitch this year, there are other drawbacks to Rangers right-hander Yu Darvish undergoing season-ending Tommy John surgery.


5/3/2015 | Banister returns home as Rangers hit road vs. Astros

Rangers manager Jeff Banister will manage for the first time in the town where he grew up when his team begins a three-game series against the red-hot Astros at Minute Maid Park on Monday.


5/3/2015 | Blanks' four-hit game helps Rangers end skid

Two weeks ago, Kyle Blanks was a Triple-A first baseman hitting .115 playing for his third organization in two years. Now, he's a big league first baseman -- one who played a crucial part in helping the Rangers snap a four-game losing streak with an 8-7 comeback win over the A's on Saturday at Globe Life Park.


5/3/2015 | Choo comes alive in Rangers' 10-inning win

Somehow, in the midst of a 2-for-39 slump, Shin-Soo Choo managed to maintain his confidence during Saturday's game against the A's.


5/2/2015 | Gallardo, Gray look to get Rangers, A's on right track

The season has not gone quite as planned for either the Rangers or A's since they squared off on Opening Day. The Rangers own the worst record in the American League while the A's are five games below .500.


5/2/2015 | Andrus, Rangers join PLAY campaign

When Elvis Andrus looked around at his first Spring Training as a teenager, the slender shortstop wondered how he'd ever make it to the Majors.


5/2/2015 | Banister uses same lineup for first time

Encouraged by the Rangers' offensive performance in Friday's 7-5 loss to the A's, the Rangers used the same lineup in back-to-back games for the first time this season.


5/2/2015 | Hamilton continues to progress in Arizona

Josh Hamilton took live batting practice and shagged balls in the outfield at the Rangers' spring training facility in Surprise, Arizona on Saturday. A five-time All-Star with the Rangers from 2008-12, the recently acquired Hamilton is currently on the 15-day disabled list as he continues to recover from right shoulder surgery.


5/2/2015 | Lewis' brilliant outing goes unrewarded

Colby Lewis was outstanding for six scoreless innings. The offense delivered two home runs in a game for only the fourth time in 22 games, and the six extra-base hits were a season high. All those wonderful things by the Rangers were wasted Friday night.


5/2/2015 | Bullpen badgered in game-changing inning

The Rangers had a 5-0 lead going into the eighth Friday night before the Athletics came back against Shawn Tolleson, Roman Mendez and Neftali Feliz.


5/1/2015 | A's turn tide on Rangers with 7-run 8th inning

Mark Canha homered to lead off the eighth inning and capped the A's seven-run outburst with another RBI hit, pushing Oakland to a 7-5 victory at Globe Life Park. Brett Lawrie delivered the go-ahead two-run double off Neftali Feliz, who couldn't close out what had started out as an offensive showcase for the Rangers.


5/1/2015 | Martinez rolling into matchup with A's Pomeranz

The Athletics have lost three straight games with left-hander Drew Pomeranz on the mound. They will try to end that streak Saturday night, when he faces the Rangers' Nick Martinez -- one of the hottest pitchers in baseball -- at Globe Life Park.


5/1/2015 | Rangers increase pregame focus on defense

The Rangers have adjusted their pregame routine to emphasize defense. They are going through 15 minutes of concentrated defensive work before beginning batting practice.


5/1/2015 | Choo aims to get bat going after 2-game break

Rangers manager Jeff Banister wanted to get Shin-Soo Choo a couple of days off to help get him together offensively. Choo hit .096 in April, the second-lowest average among qualifying hitters in the Major Leagues.