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Meeting future Ranger Nomar Shamir Mazara

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By: Jay Wallis jjaynwall11@gmail.com   Nomar Shamir Mazara Jiminian joined the Texas Rangers organization with plenty of high expectations. Three years ago on July 2, the Rangers signed the then 16-year-old outfielder from the Dominican Republic for a record-setting $4.95 million—the largest bonus for an international prospect in Major League Baseball. More...

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By Dan M On Monday, August 25th, 2014
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American League Pennant Race Update

By Dic Humphrey dic.humphrey@yahoo.com  The 162 game baseball season that seems like such a marathon is down to fewer than 35 games.  With Labor Day just a week away, it’s a sprint, not a marathon at this More...

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By Dan M On Friday, August 15th, 2014
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The ongoing story of Riders’ Joey Gallo

 By Jay Wallis The name alone sends chills down pitchers’ backs and gives Rangers’ fans hope for the future. Still shy of his 21st birthday this November, the 6-foot-5, 205-pound phenomenon has burst onto More...

By BoCarter On Thursday, August 14th, 2014
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Dick Howser Trophy winners and MLB performances

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Take 191 combined Major League Baseball seasons, 1,942 home runs and 565 victories, and you have the numbers of the 28 Dick Howser Trophy winners since 1987. Three recent winners are poised More...

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By Dan M On Friday, August 8th, 2014
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Roughriders have their own Wise guy

By: Cameron Varnau jcbvarnau09@yahoo.com The road we take to our respective careers will most likely take a few un-anticipated turns. Whether you’re an accountant, a lawyer, a salesman or for J.T. Wise, a baseball More...

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By Dan M On Friday, August 8th, 2014
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Thoughts to ponder on this bad season

By Dic Humphrey dic.humphrey@yahoo.com Certainly, the 2014 Ranger season spiraled downward far more than anyone could have envisioned.  When the season began, I thought the team would win about 85 games and finish More...

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By Dan M On Monday, August 4th, 2014
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Remembering Drillers coach Mike Coolbaugh

By: Jay Wallis jaynwall11@gmail.com Seven years have passed since the Tulsa Drillers lost first base coach Mike Coolbaugh after he was struck by a foul ball on July 22, 2007. Since that sad day, the non-profit More...

By Dan M On Monday, August 4th, 2014
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Rangers sit back as deadline passes

By Dic Humphrey dic.humphrey@yahoo.com ARLINGTON, Texas – The non-waiver trade deadline passed Thursday afternoon, and it was perhaps the busiest trade deadline day ever.  The two biggest pitching names More...

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By Dan M On Friday, July 25th, 2014
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Roughriders riding down the stretch

By: Cameron Varnau cbvarnau09@yahoo.com There are less than 40 regular season games remaining for the RoughRiders in 2014 and the team’s identity has drastically changed given the injuries at the major-league More...

By Dan M On Friday, July 25th, 2014
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Eric Nadel recognized as one of the great ones

By Dic Humphrey Eric Nadel joined the Rangers’ broadcast team in 1979, and has continuously worked as one of the Ranger voices since. This is his 36th year behind the microphone, and this weekend will be More...