Everything is bigger in Texas, including a new AL West superpower.
The Athletics’ inability to draw a crowd is a reflection of their poor record and awful stadium situation.
After failing to take advantage of a lull in the schedule, the Halos are running out of time to contend.
One of the newest members of the 2,000-hit club has been a huge offensive upgrade for Texas, but was it worth it?
A look at the deals and non-deals made by the AL West front offices at the waiver deadline.
How Jered Weaver’s contract extension will affect C.J. Wilson’s impending free agency.
Over the course of the week, the outlook in the AL West has changed completely, leaving three teams to look toward what the future holds.
Out West, the Angels’ inability to take advantage of situations on the basepaths could cost them a division title.
While there were no aces or big boppers dealt in the AL West before the deadline, Texas fixed up its bullpen while Seattle tried to collect young talent.
A look at what AL West teams may end up doing before Sunday’s trade deadline.
The rest of the division may be a dud, but the Rangers’ red-hot run looks all the more impressive when compared to their past rotations.
The Angels have been able to rely on good fortune and solid performances to stage improbable comebacks for the last few years.
There is no shortage of pitching studs out West, but the stockpile of hitters is not as strong.
Nolan Ryan opens up about the Astros potential move to the AL, and a look at some reinforcements on the way for the Rangers’ pitching staff.
The Seattle Mariners are trying to go from division pretenders to title contenders, but that presents a conundrum as the trade deadline approaches.
Seattle summons its top prospect, the Texas offense tanks, and a pair of low-BABIP pitchers stop leading charmed lives.