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Danny Worth has a pretty impressive knuckleball for an infielder.
If the Texas Rangers are going to overcome the major injuries that have threatened their season, they likely will need significant contributions from rookies like Nick Martinez and Rougned Odor.
The Texas Rangers have promoted two infielders from Double-A Frisco in place of the veteran second basemen who have shared that role.
A day after a 14-run defeat, the Texas Rangers rallied from an early deficit against the defending division champions.
The Oakland Athletics had jumped out to an early lead against Yu Darvish, a pitcher they have owned of late.
Martin Perez kept his pitches low in the zone and got plenty of help from the Texas defense.
Adrian Beltre had the big hits after Texas manager Ron Washington made the right call on replay twice in a matter of minutes.
Prince Fielder hit a towering home run in his first at-bat in his new home, and the Texas Rangers beat Triple-A Mexican League team Quintana Roo 7-4 in an exhibition game Thursday night.
Chris Rusin threw four scoreless innings, while Donnie Murphy, Daniel Vogelbach, and Arismendy Alcantara each homered to lead the Chicago Cubs to a 6-3 victory over the New York Mets with both teams playing with split squads Sunday.