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The 2011 Texas Rangers are in the World Series. Again. Just think about that.
In the words of Texas Ranger manager Ron Washington, “That’s the way baseball go.”
The Texas Rangers are headed back to the AL championship series, thanks to a power surge by Adrian Beltre that few players in major league history have matched.
Texas Rangers reliever Darren Oliver was surprised he even got to the ball. Chris Davis knew it was a nearly perfect bunt on which there was little chance of getting anybody out.
After their first World Series last year, the Texas Rangers are on quite a roll. They are pounding the baseball, even without a home run yet from AL MVP Josh Hamilton. They have already beaten the American League’s Cy Young winner and swept two teams.
Las Vegas has the Boston Red Sox winning the American League. ESPN’s analysts mostly have Boston, and none have the Rangers. What does this tell me?
ARLINGTON — The shiny championship rings of Texas players are still in boxes. There have been a lot of spiffy improvements to Rangers Ballpark, too, since their first World Series.
Neftali Feliz wants to start for the Texas Rangers after all and took a step in that direction Monday.
Neftali Feliz is starting to see what it will take to be a starter. The AL Rookie of the Year pitched two scoreless innings in his bid to become part of the Texas rotation, and a Rangers split squad beat the Cleveland Indians 11-9 Thursday.