ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — The Texas Rangers have opened their summer camp in their new home. Their first official workout in their new stadium with a retractable roof came three weeks before they expect to finally play a game there. It was nearly four months after the coronavirus pandemic put a halt to major league spring training. Left-hander Brett Martin was away from the team after he tested positive for COVID-19 during intake testing this week. Martin was already at higher risk because he has Type 1 diabetes. The pitcher had some mild symptoms with congestion and fatigue.
Oakland, CA — The Texas Rangers announced this evening that the club has acquired right-handed pitcher Shane Carle from the Atlanta Braves for cash considerations. The 27-year-old Carle has been added to the 40-man roster […]
SURPRISE, Ariz. — The Rangers recorded a win and a loss in a pair of one-run split squad games on Thursday, beating the Royals 5-4 in Surprise and losing a 2-1 decision to the Cubs […]
The Texas Rangers signed right-handed pitcher Zach McAllister to a one-year contract, the club announced Tuesday. The 31-year-old has compiled a 3.38 ERA and averaged 9.6 strikeouts per nine innings as a reliever since 2011, […]