Tag Archives: Ian Kinsler

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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Kinsler: “I Hope They Go 0-162.” “Daniels is a Sleazeball.”

Sounds like Mr. Pop-up Slump Shoulders got his feelings hurt a bit.  In this story, published in ESPN the Magazine, Kinsler calls Jon Daniels a “sleazeball” for the way he pushed Nolan Ryan out of the organization, and said he … Continue reading

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Rangers Back on Track

So, I was wrong.  I’m embarrassed.  I won’t be mad if you decide to never read this blog again.  Everything about the Rangers pointed to a team on the downward slope.  Injuries, slumps, you name it.  I said I wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Even More Worried

So, since my last post things have not gotten better.  On June 9, Jamey Newberg wrote this.  I thought he was being entirely too optimistic then, and I think he was WAY TOO OPTIMISTIC now.  Basically his premise was that … Continue reading

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Worried

Since May 20th, the day the Rangers started a series with the A’s that they lost 2 out of 3 games in, they are 7-9.  They’ve gone from having a decent divisional lead to now being in second place.  The … Continue reading

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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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The State of the Rangers May 15, 2013

Right now the Rangers have the largest divisional lead of any team in baseball, at 6 games.  They are 25-14, which basically ties them with the yankees and Cardinals for the best record in baseball.  So, by those standards, the … Continue reading

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