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2018 Schedule
3d

Reds get minor leaguer from Texas

The Texas Rangers have traded minor league right-hander Miguel Medrano to the Cincinnati Reds for money to sign international free agents.

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8d

Volquez returns to Rangers on minors deal

Edinson Volquez has agreed to a minor league contract with the Texas Rangers, returning to his original team with a chance to be a candidate for the rotation in 2019.

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9d

Orioles fill rotation need, add Cashner

The Orioles added a starting pitcher Thursday, agreeing to a two-year contract with Andrew Cashner, the team announced Thursday.

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12d

Plouffe, Rangers agree to minor league deal

Infielder Trevor Plouffe has agreed to a minor league contract with the Texas Rangers and will report to big league spring training. Plouffe would get a $1.75 million, one-year contract if added to the 40-man roster.

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17dJerry Crasnick

Yanks acquire QB Wilson in trade with Rangers

Russell Wilson, the Seahawks QB who made one-day appearances at spring training for the Texas Rangers in 2014 and 2015, has been traded to the Yankees.

Eric Karabell ESPN Senior Writer 

The Texas Rangers signed RHP Seung Hwan Oh and it's hardly outrageous he ends up with significant saves. Or not. Oh was fantastic in 2016. Last year he was bad. Perhaps he can fix the issues with his slider. Oh needs to be watched in March because lefty Alex Claudio is hardly safe as closer. Frankly, Oh's signing could push RHP Keone Kela down the depth chart, which is a mistake but the point is this is wide open. No Ranger reliever should be drafted today among the top-30 relievers.

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29dKeith Law

Keith Law's 2018 ranking of all 30 farm systems

With a budding superstar in the outfield and a crop of talented pitchers coming through their system, nobody can top the Braves' collection of prospects right now. Which teams finished behind Atlanta on the list?

William Weinbaum ESPN 

The Hall of Fame Class of 2018 elected by the Baseball Writers Association of America poses for photos Thursday in New York. The quartet, left to right, is Vladimir Guerrero, Trevor Hoffman, Chipper Jones and Jim Thome.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

Chipper Jones said at Thursday's Hall of Fame news conference in New York that he doesn't know why there are so few third-basemen in the Hall, but he admires and respects Adrian Beltre and looks forward to his enshrinement. Jones said hot corner practitioners are known as hockey goalies, who just try to knock things down.

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31d

Chipper, Vlad among 4 elected to Cooperstown

The Baseball Hall of Fame will welcome four new members into its ranks, as Chipper Jones, Vladimir Guerrero, Trevor Hoffman and Jim Thome were named to the class of 2018.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Yu Darvish has at least one five-year offer on the table, according to a source, but he has yet to receive an offer enticing enough to take the plunge. The Cubs, Twins, Rangers, Dodgers and Brewers all continue to monitor Darvish's market. Most baseball observers think he'll be the first upper-level free agent starter to sign, with Jake Arrieta, Lance Lynn and Alex Cobb next in line. With pitchers and catchers set to report to spring camps in three weeks, time is growing short for everyone.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.6621st
Quality Starts79Tied-6th
WHIP1.4023rd
BAA.26118th
Runs7999th
Batting Average.24426th
On Base Percentage.32019th
Slugging Percentage.43015th