Good morning. Hurry up, playoff baseball.
Well, here it is. Randy Galloway sends his mouthpiece to offer his mea culpa to Jon Daniels.
Levi Weaver remembers the crazy, unlikely ride the 2015 regular season has been for the Rangers.
Evan Grant looks at how the Rangers evolved throughout the 2015 season.
Jim Callis examines how the Rangers were built to be World Series contenders from trades to signees to the draft.
Stefan Stevenson notes that Adrian Beltre and Shin-Soo Choo were honored with Player of the Week and Player of the Month awards for their efforts in September.
T.R. Sullivan writes that the Rangers may go with Yovani Gallardo in Game 1 as Gallardo didn't allow a run against the Blue Jays in 13 2/3 innings this season.
Jeff Wilson writes that the Rangers only have a few roster decisions to make but making those calls won't be insignificant.
Sullivan writes that Keone Kela and Robinson Chirinos will likely make the ALDS roster, according to GM JD.
The Big League Stew gang rank all 25 possible World Series match-ups. I say they missed a great storyline if we end up with Rangers vs Pirates.
Eddie Sefko over at the DMN writes about the Mavericks having Red October fever for the Texas Rangers.
Stevenson has the menu for new wacky concession ideas at The Ballpark for the postseason. That's right, at long last you can finally get cotton candy-infused mustard for your hot dog.
Finally, you won you dang weird prideful Texans. The Rangers have ceased making the playoff t-shirts that EVERY OTHER TEAM IS SELLING available and now MLB has removed it from their online shop because the silhouette showed the actually famous Dallas skyline which everyone identifies as North Texas anyway instead of the Arlington skyline WHICH DOESN'T EXIST.
Have a nice day.