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MLB: Los Angeles Angels at Texas Rangers Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

The Spokane A team has shut down three righthanded pitchers going into the playoffs.

Gerry Fraley says that the Rangers have begun to turn their pitching situation around with their acquisitions in the second half.

Cole Hamels was the Rangers’ nominee for the Roberto Clemente award (for character and philanthropy, among other things) for the third year in a row, despite now being a Chicago Cub.

Mike Minor pitched out of some jams and gave the Ranger offense an opportunity to secure the win yesterday.

Today may mark the last time Mike Scioscia comes to town as the Angels’ manager.

Mike Minor has lowered his WHIP on the season to 1.1, which points him in some pretty elite company.

T.R. Sullivan discusses Adrian Sampson long road back to the majors after Tommy John and the seven other pitchers the Rangers have going through that process.

September is the season to discuss why September callups aren’t getting playing time.

The roster expansion gives Ranger fans a chance to see some of the intriguing power arms the Rangers have been developing.

Peter Dawson thinks that Cole Hamels crapped on Ranger fans, but I’m not so sure I read it that way.

C.D. Pelham’s family is excited about his callup and Levi Weaver thinks you should be, too.