Monthly Archives: May 2013

Kinsler and Lewis Face Setbacks on Return

Ian Kinsler was supposed to come off the DL on Sunday will now extend his time there at least two more weeks due to a stress reaction in his ribs.  Even when that two weeks is over, he’ll probably have … Continue reading

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Awesome Collection of Adrian Betre GIFs

Take a minute to watch all of these.  This is why we love Beltre, even when he’s struggling.  This has them all, his fear of having his head touched, his one-knee homeruns, his stellar play at third base, and even … Continue reading

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Did Mickey Mantle Cork His Bat?

Read this today: http://gamedayr.com/gamedayr/photo-mickey-mantle-corked-bat/ It appears that there’s no doubt that A) the bat was Mantle’s and B) it is corked.  The remaining questions are: 1) Was it used in a game? 2) If so, how many games? And for … Continue reading

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Rangers Offense Struggling After Huge Series Against Tigers

In the four game series against the Tigers last weekend, the Rangers collectively hit .350.  They scored 29 runs, hit 5 home runs, and won 3 out of 4 games.  They outscored the lead leader in scoring 29-16. In that … Continue reading

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Great Insight Into Adrian Beltre from Back When the Rangers had Just Signed Him

I wasn’t subscribing to the Newberg Report back when the Rangers signed Adrian Beltre. So I didn’t run across this until today, but what a perfect account of what Rangers fans have grown to love about him. His strengths and … Continue reading

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What a Game!

If I told you that Yu Darvish and Justin Verlander were going head to head, and both would throw over 60 pitches by the 4th inning, one would walk in two runs and would be chased by a three run … Continue reading

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Some Interesting Blog Stuff

This is my first shot at writing a blog, so it’s been interesting to see some of the things that have come of it.  WordPress keeps track of all sorts of things, so I thought some of you might be … Continue reading

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