Matt Klentak: “But if we can keep the rotation as good as it is or make it better and also add balance to our pitching staff, I think that’s something worth exploring. I don’t know if we’ll actually do that, but I know that we will explore it.” Matt Klen: “But if we can keep…
Keynan Middleton is remorseful but uncertain of how—or even if—to approach Elvis Andrus to apologize, based in part on the reaction of Rangers skipper Jeff Banister.
Which of these player is a better fantasy bet at shortstop this season?
A visual breakdown of the players at this premium position, based on their projected stats for the 2014 season.
The best value picks at a position where offense can be hard to find.
The Rangers’ shortstop is an unlikely $100 million man, but not an undeserving one.
Immense upside and considerable risk give the Rangers one of the best, albeit one of the most boom-or-bust, systems in the game.
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Why are shortstops so bad this year, and does it mean anything for the future?
Not all glovemen are destined to stay hopelessly inept at the plate. Ben looks at defensive stars who have added offense to their games this year.
Soliciting scouts’ takes on the four remaining free agents who made significant contributions to their teams last season.
Counting on a player to transition from teeny bopper to Bash Brother at age 27 isn’t a good fantasy strategy.