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Kauf Drops: Chipper Jones, Jake Peavy and beat Oakland

Chipper Jones throwing out the first pitch at the NLDS … to the mascot? The Atlanta Braves decided they were going to teach Chipper Jones, one of the best players to ever wear a Braves uniform, a lesson by turning their back on him when he was chosen to throw out the first pitch. Instead, they sent the mascot out to home plate to catch. Needless More...

by Todd Kaufmann | Published 4 years ago

Nolan Ryan shaking Jon Daniels' hand.
By Todd Kaufmann On Tuesday, October 8th, 2013

Texas Rangers Podcast: Needs, wants, and a front office fight

Nolan Ryan and Jon Daniels were actually caught shaking hands at one point. (Louis DeLuca/Dallas Morning News) According to a report on 105.3 FM The Fan, general manager Jon Daniels and CEO Nolan Ryan were apparently More...

Robinson Cano
By Todd Kaufmann On Friday, October 4th, 2013
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Are Texas Rangers after a $300 million man in Robinson Cano?

Robinson Cano, pictured above, has already turned double plays with Elvis Andrus. Why not? Robinson Cano is not walking through the saloon doors at the Ballpark in Arlington and he’s not walking into the Texas More...

Ian Kinsler
By Todd Kaufmann On Thursday, October 3rd, 2013

Trading Ian Kinsler is about business not loyalty

Yeah, we understand. When it comes to him, Rangers fans feel the same way. After the 2012 season came to a close, I thought the best thing the Rangers could do was trade one of their best chips when his value was More...

By Todd Kaufmann On Thursday, October 3rd, 2013

Rangers Podcast: The Ron Washington Debate

How safe is Washington’s job? With the 2013 season coming to a close for the Texas Rangers (all too soon, I might add), we debate whether or not Ron Washington is the man that should be leading this team More...

Source: DallasNews.com
By Todd Kaufmann On Tuesday, October 1st, 2013
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Texas Rangers’ season ends with a resounding thud

There wasn’t any celebration going on after this game. For the second consecutive season, the Texas Rangers watched another team celebrate on their field. For the second consecutive season, the players watched More...

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