Monthly Archives: July 2012

Rangers Pick Up Dempster, Soto. Feliz Out for Season.

The Rangers picked up Ryan Dempster today and acquired Geovany Soto last night.  Both players come from the Cubs and the good thing is, the Rangers didn’t have to give up much of anything to get them. Soto came over … Continue reading

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Dear Scott Feldman

Dear Scott Feldman, I want to take this opportunity to apologize for all the awful things I said about you earlier this season.  I was clearly wrong and should have given you more time to ease back into the starter … Continue reading

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Texas 5 Chicago 9 July 27, 2012 and Trade Talk

I’m trying to think of one good thing to say about last night’s game, and frankly, nothing comes to mind.  The bottom of the 1st inning started out promising.  Josh Hamilton actually watched a pitch, and then hit a ball … Continue reading

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Texas 5 Boston 3 July 25, 2012

The Rangers took 2 out of 3 from the Red Sox with a 5-3 win on Wednesday night.  Derek Holland improved his record to 7-5, pitching 7 2/3 innings, striking out 7 and allowing 3 runs, two of them coming … Continue reading

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Brother Feldman

I can’t say enough about how well Scott Feldman pitched last night, so I won’t even try.  Brother Feldman, you have regained my respect.  Great job!

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A Few of My Texas Ranger Baseball Cards

A few days ago, I showed you some of my memorabilia pieces.  Now, I’m going to show you some of my cards. This is my most recent acquisition.  In this post, I explained one of the unique features about this … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Sports Trading Cards

I think I’ve mentioned on here before that for baseball cards the era of the late 1980s and early 1990s was a boom era.  The major card manufacturers, Topps, Leaf/Donruss, Score, and Upper Deck mass produced their cards flooding the … Continue reading

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