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  • The Texas Rangers got expected but good news on right-hander Yu Darvish Tuesday as the 
MRI on his right elbow came back clean. The right-hander is now free to begin his regular offseason workouts after getting the clean bill of health from Rangers team doctor Keith Meister. One change in Darvish's offseason plans is that he'll spend the next several weeks working out in... read more...
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  • ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Rangers ace Yu Darvish has been cleared to start his offseason throwing program. Darvish, who missed the last seven weeks of the season because of inflammation in his right elbow, had an MRI and was examined Tuesday by team physician Dr. Keith Meister. Texas said Darvish already is in his normal offseason training program and expects to start throwin... read more...
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  • According to Jerry Crasnick, the Texas Rangers have been showing interest in adding an outfielder.  Crasnick reported that the Rangers have a mild interest in outfielder Michael Saunders of the division rival Seattle Mariners.  The Rangers are assumed to be actively looking to add outfielders with the loss of right fielder Alex Rios to free agency. #Rangers looking for an... read more...
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  • Derek Holland has the same goals just about every big league pitcher has. The Texas left-hander would like to be part of a World Series winner. He'd also like to win a Cy Young Award. And then there's this. "I'd like to win the Marvin Miller Man of the Year award," Holland said. That honor goes to a player for their play as well as their contributions to the community. As ... read more...
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  • ARLINGTON, Texas – On the same day it was announced that Texas catcher Robinson Chirinos was named the club's first winner of the Richard Durrett Hardest-Working Man award, Chirinos was working hard in the community. Chirinos hosted a Thanksgiving even at the Arlington Life Shelter, serving food and handing out necessities to those in need. Chirinos, who has a foundation t... read more...
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  • The Texas Rangers have several needs going into next season as they try to rebound from having one of the worst records in baseball and finishing last in the AL West. The team believes they can contend next year with starters getting healthy and a few more pieces.#456224800 / gettyimages.comAccording to Jim Bowden of ESPN, Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said that the ... read more...
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  • In an extremely low-radar move, the Texas Rangers have activated first baseman Prince Fielder from the 60-day disabled list and expect him ready to report to Spring Training on time in February. Fielder missed most of the 2014 season because of neck surgery.#488713053 / gettyimages.comNBC Sports RotoWorld reminds us that Fielder had already begun swinging a bat back in Se... read more...
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