Category Archives: Rangers from the Past

These posts will discuss stories about our favorite Texas Ranger players from the past.

Cruz, Choo, Fielder, Kinsler and the Lost Season of 1997

Hey look!  I’m writing a blog post. Nelson Cruz is second in the league in HRs (13) and fourth in RBIs (38).  The Rangers are led in HRs by Sin Soo Choo and Adrian Beltre, each with 4 and in … 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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Literally a Blast from the Past

Was looking through some of my old Youtube videos and came across this.  Made me laugh again.  Enjoy!  

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C.J. Wilson in the Process of an Epic Collapse

Ranger fans don’t like C.J. Wilson.  He’s kind of a douche and he was tolerated while he was here, but once he went to the division rivals, Ranger fans were free to hate him, and hate him they do. So, … Continue reading

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The Day I Waited for Mark McClemore to Go Poopy

Every year the Rangers participate in what they call their “Winter Caravan.”  They travel around southern Oklahoma and north Texas bringing a small group of players/coaches/media personalities to Academy Sports locations or TownHall meetings to sign autographs and meet with … Continue reading

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Eugene James Petralli

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to meet the great Ranger catcher Geno Petralli.  I’m not sure how Geno ended up in his current vocation, but he was working as the construction foreman for a contractor who was building … Continue reading

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