Roy Oswalt is back in the bigs, while Danny Espinosa is not.
Pittsburgh becomes the City of Cumpton, Miguel Olivo’s mouth, if not his bat, gets him on the Marlins’ bad side, and Ian Kinsler’s return doesn’t mean Profar’s departure.
The Mets demote their once-promising first baseman, the Brewers swing a deal for power at a corner, Scooter Gennett is in the majors, and the Dodgers are down yet another pitcher.
A team that has often struggled with poor pitching in the past has done an excellent job of supplying arms from within.
Jason catches up with the Rangers’ promising outfield prospect.
We got a look at the Rangers’ prospect-heavy intrasquad game in Surprise.
Ben and Sam preview the Rangers’ season with Jason Cole, and Pete talks to ESPN Dallas staff writer and blogger Richard Durrett (at 20:48).
Yu Darvish is taking a different approach with two strikes than he did toward the start of the season.
Ben and Sam discuss players who turn down trades to contenders, Yu Darvish, and their standards for playoff starters.
The Texas Rangers slip into the bidding for Ryan Dempster and come away victorious.
The Cubs deal backstop Geovany Soto to the Texas Rangers while sending Paul Maholm and Reed Johnson to the Braves.
It’s time to talk about the Texas Rangers.
What do the Angels and Rangers need heading into the deadline, and where might they find it?
The keys to the Angels’ recent success and the Rangers’ downturn could be the fortunes of two superstars and two ex-Padres.