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Rangers finalize deal with Fister
After being unsigned last season until May, Fister became the first of this year's 166 major league free agents to complete a big league contract and the first to switch teams.
After 3K hits, Beltre wants 2018 in Texas to another ring chance
Athletics end last-place season with 5-2 win over Rangers
Rangers make bullpen change, exercise '19 option on Banister
ARLINGTON -- The Rangers are making adjustments to manager Jeff Banister's staff, which will no longer include bullpen coach Brad Holman after a rough season for the relievers.
Gallo hits homers 40, 41 in Rangers' win
ARLINGTON -- Joey Gallo hit his 40th and 41st home runs, Andrew Cashner pitched six solid innings and the Rangers beat the Oakland Athletics 8-4 on Saturday night.
Astros rout Rangers, now eliminated from playoff chase
ARLINGTON (AP) -- Carlos Correa, Brian McCann and Cameron Maybin had three RBIs each and Dallas Keuchel allowed one earned run and five hits in six innings as the Houston Astros routed the Texas Rangers 14-3 on Tuesday night to clinch no worse than the second-best record in the American League.
Team LeBron edges Team Stephen 148-145 in All-Star Game
Motor sports: Austin Dillon takes No. 3 back to victory lane at Daytona
Gonzalez tallies 4 hits, 3 RBIs in Astros’ 11-2 win at sinking Texas
Marwin Gonzalez had four hits and three RBIs as the AL West champion Houston Astros beat Texas 11-2 on Monday night, putting the Rangers on the brink of elimination in the wild-card race.
Rangers score twice in 8th inning for 3-1 win over Mariners
SEATTLE (AP) -- Carlos Gomez had not seen live pitching in more than a week due to a sprained ankle, but he kept asking Texas manager Jeff Banister for an opportunity as a pinch-hitter. Banister gave Gomez his chance, and the decision helped boost the Rangers' slim playoff chances.
Cruz, Seager lead Mariners past Rangers 10-4
Double Z: Zunino homers twice in Mariners' 8-1 win at Texas
Angels beat Rangers 7-6, gain ground in AL wild-card race
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- C.J. Cron hit a two-run homer to cap the Angels' five-run rally in the sixth inning, and Los Angeles trimmed its deficit in the AL wild-card race to two games with a 7-6 victory over the Texas Rangers on Friday night.