The Royals were in a dogfight on Wednesday night until they put away Game 2 in the sixth inning.
Robbie Ross. Oh, Robbie Ross.
Robbie Ross moved back to the bullpen on Monday night, letting everyone know what the Rangers' plans for him are upon his return.
There's not much positive happening at Globe Life Park right now, but the bullpen has been quietly spectacular.
Robbie Ross got another start on Thursday night after spending nearly two months in the minors, and it didn't go too well.
It's not clear what the Rangers' long-term plans are for Robbie Ross, but he'll get another shot at starting Thursday thanks to Yu Darvish's injury.
Robbie Ross had a rough year before being sent to the minors, but he could soon be back and he's pitched well enough to warrant it.
The Rangers lost a heartbreaker in the 14th inning on Tuesday night, and Ron Washington made an odd call to the bullpen.
When the season's second half kicks off Friday in Toronto, Ron Washington knows his starting pitching needs to improve.
Scott Baker is getting to be pretty good at giving the Rangers' overworked bullpen a break. But what's going to happen when he needs a break?
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