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7/22/2016 | Darvish settles in, but Rangers can't catch up

Right-hander Yu Darvish gave the Rangers a quality start on Friday night, just their third in the last 19 games. He also struck out 11 over six innings, the 27th time in 88 career starts he has struck out 10 or more hitters in a game.

7/22/2016 | Rangers making effort to acquire lefty Sale

The Rangers are making a serious run at landing ace left-hander Chris Sale in a trade with the White Sox, according to Major League sources, but there are no indications yet if a deal can get done.

7/22/2016 | Hamels, Ventura looking to get on track in series rematch

Royals right-hander Yordano Ventura will square off against Rangers lefty Cole Hamels in the middle game of the series on Saturday at Kauffman Stadium.

7/22/2016 | Duffy flusters Rangers as Royals strike early

Royals starter Danny Duffy held the Rangers to one run in 6 2/3 innings and won his fifth straight decision in a 3-1 victory on Friday night at Kauffman Stadium. First-place Texas has now lost 15 of its last 19 games.

7/22/2016 | Rangers activate Diekman, DFA Ramos

The Rangers have designated pitcher Cesar Ramos for assignment to make room for left-handed reliever Jake Diekman, who was activated off the disabled list.

7/22/2016 | Brigham, Renfroe among top prospect performers Thursday

It's been a stellar month for Marlins No. 24 prospect Jeff Brigham. The 24-year-old righty turned in yet another impressive performance Thursday, tossing seven scoreless innings and striking out a season-best 10 batters.

7/21/2016 | Rangers have 'pen-sive thoughts as Deadline nears

Rangers general manager Jon Daniels has made it clear where the team intends to upgrade as the Aug. 1 non-waiver Trade Deadline approaches.

7/21/2016 | Moreland aims to step up in Prince's absence

Mitch Moreland has always been grateful that Prince Fielder was willing to become the Rangers designated hitter a year ago, allowing him to remain at first base.

7/21/2016 | Banister confident Perez can turn it around

This was Martin Perez, the Rangers' No. 3 starter, once again struggling in a 7-4 loss to the Angels on Wednesday night.

7/21/2016 | Marte's blast leads Halos to sweep of Rangers

Angels first baseman Jefry Marte got the green light and didn't miss, as his three-run, first-inning home run powered the Angels' offense to a 7-4 win and series sweep over the Rangers on Wednesday night.

7/19/2016 | Profar gets crash course in playing outfield

Rangers infielder Jurickson Profar has started taking fly balls in the outfield as a way to increase his versatility. Profar, who has already had crash courses this year on playing first and third base, is willing to give it a try.

7/19/2016 | Southpaws Santiago, Perez face off in finale

Angels left-hander Hector Santiago looks to continue his strong stretch Wednesday as he opposes fellow southpaw Martin Perez in the series finale against the Rangers.

7/19/2016 | MLBPAA announces team winners of 2016 Heart and Hustle Award

The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) announced the 30 preliminary winners of the 2016 Heart and Hustle Award on Tuesday, honoring one player from each of the 30 Major League teams.

7/19/2016 | Griffin sharp early, then quickly unravels

Rangers starter A.J. Griffin was terrific for three innings Monday night, retiring the first nine batters he faced. Griffin, holding a four-run lead, looked ready to do to the Angels what Cole Hamels did to the Cubs on Sunday afternoon. Then it all changed in the course of 10 pitches.

7/19/2016 | Rangers receiving 'ton of calls' on Profar

Rangers utility infielder Jurickson Profar made the most of his first start since the All-Star break. Starting at shortstop in Monday's 9-5 loss to the Angels, Profar had a walk to begin a three-run first inning and had a couple of excellent defensive plays. Expect the Rangers' phones to continue to ring heavily from other teams checking in on Profar's availability.

7/18/2016 | Vets Lincecum, Lohse match up in Anaheim

A pair of midseason acquisitions take the mound Tuesday as Angels right-hander Tim Lincecum and Rangers right-hander Kyle Lohse battle in the second game of a three-game set at Angel Stadium.

7/18/2016 | Choo doesn't start vs. Halos, but pinch-hits

Rangers outfielder Shin-Soo Choo was feeling better Monday, but manager Jeff Banister was still not ready to put him back in the starting lineup. However Choo did pinch-hit in the ninth inning of a 9-5 loss to the Angels.

7/18/2016 | Pair of Phillies, Indians lead Prospect Team of the Week

This week's Pipeline Prospect Team of the Week features a pair of Carolina League teammates and a pair of Futures Game participants who were opponents in San Diego. Three of this week's squad came from the 2015 Draft class, including a first-round pick just getting his pro career going in earnest.

7/17/2016 | Texas putting title hopes on Darvish, Hamels

Based on how smoothly Cole Hamels navigated his way through the Cubs lineup on Sunday and Yu Darvish's strong return Saturday, the Rangers are looking like a tough out, both in the regular season and the postseason.

7/17/2016 | Rescue Ranger: Hamels provides winning tonic

This was as good as a no-hitter as far as the Rangers were concerned. This is what the Rangers badly needed from their All-Star left-hander to help boost their beleaguered rotation.

7/17/2016 | Revitalized Dyson fans side for Wrigley save

The one good thing about the Rangers' recent troubles that wrapped around the All-Star break may have been that closer Sam Dyson's workload has been reduced.

7/17/2016 | Throw out records when Rangers, Angels meet

The first-place Rangers open a three-game series with the last-place Angels on Monday in Anaheim. But Texas found out before the All-Star break it can't take any team lightly, losing five of seven to the last-place Twins. A.J. Griffin will start for the Rangers opposite Nick Tropeano, whose last victory came against Texas.

7/17/2016 | No no-no, but Hamels again owns Wrigley

The last time Cole Hamels pitched at Wrigley Field one year ago this month, he struck out 13 and no-hit the Cubs. On Sunday, it looked as if the left-hander was in the same groove, striking out the first six batters he faced. This time, Hamels didn't need to throw a no-hitter to get the win.

7/17/2016 | Griffin, Lohse in spotlight as trade winds blow

Right-handers A.J. Griffin and Kyle Lohse are getting ready to make their first starts of the second half for the Rangers. It comes at a time when Texas is having multiple conversations with clubs about acquiring starting pitching.

7/16/2016 | Pitchers raise eyebrows at plate in NL park

The Rangers didn't have use of the designated hitter in the National League on Saturday at Wrigley Field in a 3-1 loss to the Cubs. Instead, they had Yu Darvish batting left-handed for the first time in his career and Shawn Tolleson batting for the first time ever in the Major Leagues.

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