Coming off a career-worst season, David Murphy inked a decent deal with the Cleveland Indians, where he hopes to have a bounce-back year.
The Indians have signed free agent outfielder David Murphy to a two-year contract with a club option for 2016.
The Rangers' first free agent has apparently left the club, as David Murphy is nearing an agreement with the Cleveland Indians.
Career minor-league Jim Adduci is making his presence felt for the Rangers as one of the few guys hitting on an offensively-starved team.
Craig Gentry is heating up the plate and he's doing it with perfect timing.
For some odd reason, the Rangers decided to give David Murphy a start in right field on Monday night, and it went horribly.
Mitch Moreland and David Murphy have been two of the most disappointing hitters for the Rangers this year, but that could be changing.
The Texas Rangers have been thought to be big-time buyers in the trade market this year, but should they be?
The second half of the MLB season begins on Friday and the Rangers are right in the thick of things in the American League, but help from some struggling sources could be a huge lift.
Elvis Andrus was moved out of the No. 2 spot in the Rangers' lineup on Thursday and had a productive night. His replacement? Not so much.
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