5/20/2013 | Profar to split time at second with Garcia
Jurickson Profar, MLB.com's top-rated prospect, was in the Rangers lineup at second base on Monday, one day after being recalled from Triple-A Round Rock.
5/20/2013 | Pierzynski set to return to lineup on Tuesday
A.J. Pierzynski played the second game of his rehab assignment for Double-A Frisco on Monday, going 1-for-3 as the RoughRiders' designated hitter, and will be back with the Rangers for Tuesday's contest against the A's.
5/20/2013 | Soto, Chirinos fill void competently behind the plate
The Rangers were able to survive and thrive without starting catcher A.J. Pierzynski because of the work of Geovany Soto and Robinson Chirinos.
5/20/2013 | Lindblom optioned to Triple-A following rough start
Josh Lindblom's first big league start lasted 4 2/3 innings and he was optioned back to Triple-A following the Rangers' 9-2 loss to the A's on Monday. Top prospect Jurickson Profar tallied two RBIs in his season debut.
5/20/2013 | Lowe designated for assignment by Rangers
The Rangers have designated veteran pitcher Derek Lowe for assignment to make room for fellow right-hander Josh Lindblom.
5/20/2013 | Lewis has mixed results in second rehab start
Colby Lewis breezed through the first two innings of his rehab start for Double-A Frisco on Monday, retiring all six batters he faced, striking out three of them.
5/20/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 20
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
5/19/2013 | Lindblom thriving in new role as starter
After a disappointing spring as a reliever, the Rangers' Josh Lindblom has been working to reinvent himself as a starter at Triple-A Round Rock. He has been successful enough there to earn the opportunity to start Monday's game against Oakland.
5/19/2013 | Rangers proceeding with caution with injuries
Injuries and subsequent trips to the disabled list continue to take their toll on the Rangers, but at least part of the reason their roster is so thin is because the Rangers are doing their best to keep players from making injuries worse at this early stage in the season.
5/19/2013 | Profar called up as Kinsler heads to DL
Jurickson Profar, baseball's top prospect, is back in the big leagues. On Sunday, the Rangers placed Ian Kinsler, their leadoff man and most consistent hitter, on the disabled list retroactive to Friday with a strained rib muscle in his right side and recalled Profar, MLB.com's No. 1 overall prospect.
5/19/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 19
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
5/19/2013 | Depth behind Rangers' unexpected magic
In a season that began with all sorts of uncertainty, the Rangers' success is an affirmation of the depth and quality of the organization general manager Jon Daniels has assembled.
5/18/2013 | Kinsler out of lineup; Murphy hits second
Rangers second baseman Ian Kinsler missed his second straight game Saturday night because of sore ribs and David Murphy was slotted No. 2 in the order behind Elvis Andrus.
5/18/2013 | Discomfort not something for Ogando to be shy about
Sometimes the language barrier gets in the way but Rangers manager Ron Washington says he's pretty sure that Alexi Ogando now understands that it's his responsibility to let someone know if he's having some sort of discomfort, even if he's experienced it before.
5/18/2013 | Martin letting secret out about strong arm
Rangers rookie Leonys Martin's arm is about to be a secret no longer. His bullet, on-the-fly throw to the plate to nail a sliding Andy Dirks at the plate in the third inning Friday night was his team-leading third outfield assist this season.
5/18/2013 | Burns making bullpen decision harder for Rangers
Called up as an extra reliever when starter Alexi Ogando was placed on the disabled list, right-hander Cory Burns has given Rangers manager Ron Washington something to think about when the team has to send someone out Monday to make room for starter Josh Lindblom, who is coming up from Triple-A Round Rock.
5/18/2013 | Fister, Holland wrap up series for Tigers, Rangers
Doug Fister and Derek Holland have delivered consistent results for the Tigers and Rangers so far this season and both will be trying to give their bullpens a breather during Sunday night's series finale on ESPN.
5/18/2013 | Andrus' five-hit night lights Rangers' fuse
Elvis Andrus went 5-for-5 and finished a homer shy of the cycle out of the leadoff spot to lead the Rangers to a 7-2 victory over the visiting Tigers on Saturday night.
5/17/2013 | MLB.com-sponsored golfer visits Rangers Ballpark
Professional golfer Shawn Stefani is currently in his rookie year on the PGA Tour. He is not only a good golfer, but also a big fan of baseball. So why not have MLB represented on the golf course?
5/17/2013 | Nolan proud of son's new opportunity
Nolan Ryan spoke as a proud parent. He spoke as a baseball man, too. He thought Astros owner Jim Crane got it right in naming his oldest son, Reid Ryan, 41, the team's president of business operations on Friday.
5/17/2013 | Kinsler out of Friday's lineup with bruised rib cage
Rangers second baseman Ian Kinsler was out of the lineup on Friday night because of a bruised right rib cage. Kinsler said the issue was not the result of his awkward headfirst slide in the first inning of Thursday's 10-4 win over the Tigers, but reacting to getting hit by a pitch from Justin Verlander.
5/17/2013 | Lewis set for Monday rehab start after bullpen
Rangers pitcher Colby Lewis, who has been sidelined with triceps tendinitis, threw approximately 35-38 pitches in a bullpen session without any problems and is scheduled to resume his medical rehabilitation assignment on Monday for Double-A Frisco.
5/17/2013 | Rangers gearing for showdown with Felix
The Rangers are expected to face Felix Hernandez during their three-game series with the Mariners next weekend in Seattle. Hernandez is scheduled to pitch on Sunday against the Indians. That means his next start will be either next Friday or Saturday at Safeco Field.
5/17/2013 | Ogando is no stranger to biceps tendinitis
Alexi Ogando, who was placed on the disabled list on Thursday because of biceps tendinitis, said he has had this problem before. Ogando said the recent flareup occurred during his six-inning outing on Wednesday against the Athletics.
5/17/2013 | Rangers miss their opportunites against Tigers
Right-hander Nick Tepesch battled for five innings and Geovany Soto homered, but the Rangers' inability to hit with runners in scoring position cost them in a 2-1 loss to the Tigers on Friday night at Rangers Ballpark.
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