After Colby Lewis and Ben Rowen let Tuesday's game slip away, Ron Washington made some odd bullpen moves.
The Rangers' bullpen has been in all sorts of mess this year, but Joakim Soria has consistently been great as an end-game.
The Rangers bullpen fit together like imagined on Thursday and got the Rangers a win.
Joakim Soria was thrown back into the fire after a rough outing, and he was awesome.
On the verge of another win in Minnesota, the Rangers excruciatingly let one literally slip through their hands.
Ron Washington does a lot of things well as a manager, but he also struggles in some areas, and on Wednesday that was clear.
Monday night's comeback win over Oakland was as big as an April win can be, and it was made possible by a great bullpen performance.
For the first time this year, Ron Washington was able to line up his bullpen the way he envisioned it.
With a week to go before Opening Day, the Rangers have three pitching decisions in their rear-view mirror.
Every year, the folks at FanGraphs release Dan Szymborski's ZiPS projections for every big-league team, which is a computer-generated projection of every player in baseball's 2014 season.
The Red Fever Blog provides the latest commentary, analysis, news, photos and videos of MLB’s back-to-back American League Champion Texas Rangers.
Noah is an award-winning sports photojournalist who loves covering all sports. He can often be spotted on the sidelines at Dallas Cowboys games. He joined NBC 5 in 2005.Twitter | Facebook
When not writing hard news for NBCDFW.com, Todd posts to the Blue Star Blog to vent his useless sports knowledge and avoid driving his wife and four children crazy.
Pat is an award-winning sports anchor and reporter who wakes up every morning wanting to tell a great story. He joined NBC 5 in 2013.Twitter | Facebook
Frank is the managing editor of NBCDFW.com and has been with NBC 5 since 2000.
AKA Newdawg. NBC 5 sports director, host of "NBC 5 Sports Zone" and "Voices of the Game with Newy Scruggs" on NBC Sports Radio Monday - Friday from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.Twitter | Facebook