Carlos Gomez would play any position for the Texas Rangers. The outfielder just wouldn't want to play for any other team.
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Second baseman Rougned Odor and the Texas Rangers have agreed to a new six-year contract that includes a club option for 2023.
Buster Olney talks to ESPN Chalk's Joe Peta about his best bets for the 2017 season, his predictions in each division and who he expects to win it all.
Now that Rougned Odor has proven he can trot around the bases, he needs to get on base more often.
Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre hasn't played since Sunday due to a left calf strain, but he hopes to avoid starting the season on the disabled list.
The Rangers would win it all if Cole Hamels and Yu Darvish pitched every game, but that's not the way baseball is played.
Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer
Even stronger cheap-steals option in AL-only: Delino DeShields, who has made the Rangers Opening Day roster. There are ways he could sneak into a lot of PAs at all three outfield spots, left field with a Jurickson Profar/Ryan Rua projected platoon, center field if Carlos Gomez struggles, right field if Nomar Mazara still can't hit lefties.
The Rangers may not have the strongest rotation, but Joe Peta believes their bats could provide enough pop for a potential return to the playoffs -- even if the wins might not be as plentiful.
The Texas Rangers have released veteran first baseman James Loney from his minor league contract.
A full season from Yu Darvish could do Texas wonders, but the team's rotation is at risk if the right-hander gets hurt again.
The Rangers are looking for pitching help and reportedly had officials at Wily Peralta's weekend start.
Texas Rangers manager Jeff Banister and pitching coach Doug Brocail first met under some rather interesting circumstances.
Second baseman Rougned Odor, who hit 33 homers last season, has agreed to a six-year extension with the Rangers, sources confirmed to ESPN.
The Rangers are likely to need starting pitching help to maintain a postseason push.
Buster Olney talks to Rangers manager Jeff Banister & pitching coach Doug Brocail about the odd circumstances surrounding the first time they met on a minor league diamond.
A classic story of the introduction of Rangers manager Jeff Banister and pitching coach Doug Brocail follows Buster Olney's conversation with Karl Ravech and Justin Havens about which MLB stories will play out as advertised and more. Plus, Richard Griffin with some "Inside Heat" on the Blue Jays.
The jokes and laughter filling the Rangers' camp are the sounds of a team coming together just in time for Opening Day.
Buster Olney talks to Rangers DH Mike Napoli about returning to the Rangers, Adrian Beltre's importance to the club, his fond memories of the Indians' World Series run & more.
Conversations with Royals GM Dayton Moore and Rangers DH Mike Napoli follow Buster Olney's chat with Keith Law about Marcus Stroman's dominant WBC, Theo Epstein being named "Fortune's" top world leader and much more.
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The Rangers and catcher Robinson Chirinos have reached a new contract through 2018.
Rangers pitcher Chi Chi Gonzalez has been diagnosed with a partial tear of a ligament in his right elbow and will not throw for at least six weeks.
Marly Rivera ESPN Writer
¡Amigos sólo fuera de las líneas!
Before a rapid-fire conversation with Red Sox SS Xander Bogaerts, Buster Olney talks to Tim Kurkjian about some question marks surrounding some big-name pitchers. Plus, "The Weekly Dish" with Keith Law and Steve Gelbs on the Mets.