Kevin Sutton


A few minor injuries.   Recently updated !

Now that the full squad has reported, things are starting to get real. It’s not just pitchers and catchers, it’s hitters and fielders. The full team. Along with the clubhouse suddenly getting fuller comes the trainer’s room getting fully. Injuries are inevitable, as players ramp it back up. Sam Huff […]


What it’s all about.   Recently updated !

Please, Jon Daniels, please read what Royals General Manager Dayton Moore said yesterday when asked about putting together a competitive team in his current baseball climate when his team comes from a small-market and he’s in a division with such competitive teams. He replied: “We don’t know any other way. […]


Another Ian.

The Rangers signed pitcher Ian Kennedy. Ten years ago that would have been huge news. Now it’s late-February, small type, “Elsewhere in baseball…” kind of news. Ten years ago, Ian Kennedy had an incredible season as a starter for for the Arizona Diamondbacks. His 2011 season included a 21-4 record […]


Opening day tickets.

Want to see the Rangers play in person in their home opener at The Baseball Shed? It will cost you. You can’t get tickets anymore from the Rangers on their website. But sites like Stub Hub have plenty of seats available. The cheapest ticket is $135. That is upper upper […]


The most amazing beginning ever.

Pitchers and catchers have reported. Soon, the full squad will show up. But there are very few stories in spring training. Usually, ninety-nine percent of the jobs are already sewn up. No matter how much baseball managers say they will make decisions based on how certain players perform in spring, […]


Training wheels.

The Rangers start camp with a rotation significantly weaker than last season. Kluber, Minor, and Lynn were cause for real hope. You can’t call the 2021 projected rotations one of the worst rotations in Rangers history because, well, it’s the Rangers. Bad pitching is this franchise’s brand. But the challenge […]


Year three for Woodward.

By all accounts, Chris Woodward seems like a good man. Whether he’s a good manager is difficult to determine. Woodward signed a three-year contract to manage the Rangers starting in 2019. This is year three. He started strong, though. In a reversal of the Jeff Banister years, the Woodward-led Rangers […]


New Rangers ballpark damaged in storm.

The freak winter storm that dumped snow and ice on the Metroplex and caused millions of Texans to lose power has damaged Globe Life Field, the Texas Rangers new billion-dollar, publicly-riduculed ballpark. Rangers officials have vowed their new home will be repaired in time for the start of the season. […]


Homegrown.

As is commonly recognized throughout Rangers nation, the current front office has a dismal record when it comes to drafting and developing major league players. Hopefully, with the addition of Chris Young to work under Jon Daniels, that can change. Hopefully, Young can bring success to what has up until […]