The Rangers' season is over after losing game No. 163, losing 5-2 to Tampa Bay.
The two-time defending AL champion Rangers end postseason without a win.
With the new twist of adding a one-game wild card playoff, the teams can tinker with their rosters a bit. Here's the Rangers' for tonight:
Scott Feldman has looked good recently. Roy Oswalt has looked great. But there's not room for both on the postseason roster.
With the MLB playoff quickly approaching, let's take a look at possible postseason pitching rotations from the likely AL participants.
The Texas Rangers won't look ahead, but we will, and it starts with an official proclamation: Yu Darvish is this team's No. 1 starter in the postseason.
The Rangers aren't in the playoffs yet, but we sure can speculate, especially when it comes to everyone's favorite 19-year-old player Jurickson Profar.
Sports Illustrated and Athlon Sports have different opinions on what the Rangers will do in 2012.
Adrian Beltre put the weight of the ALDS on his shoulders, and carried the Rangers to the ALCS with his three-home run game.
Rangers won't have celebration like it did after losing last year's World Series.
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