If ever a testy team meeting after getting swept at home could pay off, this is the series for it
The Rangers get their first look at the disappointing Blue Jays in 2013 to close out a six game road trip
The two best teams in the American League standings square off in the Rangers' final regular season meeting with the Red Sox
The Rangers visit Seattle for the second time this season and draw the Mariners' best starters in this three game set
Texas once again faces its closest foe in the AL West. Oakland attempts to gain ground in Arlington while the Rangers look to keep on keeping on
The Rangers are 5-7 against teams from the Midwest. The Rangers are 21-7 against every other region. The Tigers were swept by the lowly Angels. Something's gotta give
The Rangers return to Oakland for the first meeting between the Rangers and A's since last October's Abortion by the Bay
From that car on the field to Colby Lewis' ghost, the Rangers have a brief and recent history of things being weird in Milwaukee
The Rangers make a rare early season appearance at home in Arlington against Robin Ventura and the South Siders from Chicago
The Rangers have their three best healthy starters going up against the blight that is the back end of the Angel rotation
The good news: The Rangers finally play an opponent for the second time. The bad news: The Mariners are so boring
The Rangers are in for another drafty series in the Windy City where they hope their bats ignite to keep them warm
The Hamiltons spent all winter trying their best to make themselves villains in Arlington. Note to the Hamiltons: We don't need any more satanic Angels to help us get up for our home opener against Southern California's second-rate team
Houston has the DH, Texas has the expectations. The Rangers lost Josh Hamilton and Michael Young, the Astros lost Mickey Storey. Lance Berkman is a Ranger, Lance Berkman is not an Astro
The Rangers end their 2012 regular season campaign in Oakland and somehow it still matters. The A's need a sweep. The Rangers need one win. Both teams know they're heading for postseason baseball, but this one's for the West and avoiding the play-in.
It's time for the final home series of the 2012 season and you couldn't ask for a better opponent than the Anaheim Angels. The Rangers have an opportunity to clinch the division at home while also eliminating the Angels from playoff consideration.
The Rangers host the Oakland A's for four of seven of the ten remaining games in the 2012 season pitting the remaining combatants for the AL West title against one another in baseball's final week. Who could have guessed it would be this way?
The Rangers make their final trip to the OC for a series that looked before the season like one that would help decide the AL West. Instead, the Rangers are trying to keep the Angels out of the playoffs and the A's out first place.