The Ranger broadcasts are moving to 105.3 The Fan, as the front office changes everything in an attempt to isolate the source of the 2014 injury apocalypse.
Rick Gosselin has the formula for success in 2015: meaningless platitudes and pandering to fans who don't know anything about anything by being very, very vague. "Abortions for some, miniature Ranger pennants for others!"
Oh, hi there Kyle Seager, why don't you use that Gold Glove to catch Adrian Beltre's tears since apparently you can't find enough ways to break his heart.
Dave Magadan is mapping out his strategy for a better-hitting 2015 team. His priorities are fielding players that you may have heard of outside of contexts like "minor league lifer" and "would be a terrible option as an MLB leadoff man."
Banister and Elvis Andrus highlighted the Evening with the Rangers event, where they stoically piled the bats of J.P. Arencibia, Kevin Kouzmanoff and Alex Rios into a ceremonial long boat, which was then set ablaze and launched forlornly on to Lake Lewisville.
Calvin Watkins takes a look at the Rangers 40 man roster and says, "yep, that's forty names alright."
He also examines the position players and this is no 2010 Rangers.
Tim Bogar has gone to the Angels, so I guess in a couple of weeks he'll probably say something to make us hate him.