The Texas Rangers don't always play well, but they play hard. Manager Ron Washington demands it.
Prince Fielder's production will be what it has always been. Don't worry about him.
If there is an upside to Tanner Scheppers' Opening Day fiasco, it's that his pitching can only get better for the Texas Rangers.
His unorthodox style has been successful, but Ron Washington has big challenges with the Texas Rangers in 2014.
The Rangers' messy spring will turn into a disaster if Yu Darvish has to miss significant time.
This season was supposed to feature Jurickson Profar's emergence for the Rangers, but a shoulder injury has put that on hold.
Ron Washington's contract status won't affect the way he continues to manage.
After a lack of postseason success with the Tigers, Prince Fielder is ready for a fresh start in Texas.
If the Texas Rangers want to fulfill their aspirations of seeing the postseason, it's on their highest-paid pitchers and hitters to deliver.
The Texas Rangers need their ace, Yu Darvish, to elevate his game, because their offense isn't suddenly going to improve.
Jon Daniels never panics, which is why the Rangers are in position to make a run .
To win without Nelson Cruz, the Texas Rangers must fix their baserunning blunders, then rely on the pitching of Yu Darvish, Derek Holland and Matt Garza.
Yu Darvish is a unique talent who can't be judged by traditional standards.
When you look at baseball's best record, you can't overlook Mitch Moreland, who is playing lights out in the field and at the plate for the Texas Rangers.
Yu Darvish let loose a rare display of emotion during Sunday's win, a game in which his performance was equally as rare.
Ian Kinsley has a new approach at the plate as he seeks bigger things.