Kevin Sutton


Rangers win the draft lottery.   Recently updated !

Maybe the Rangers luck is turning. Maybe the dark cloud over this franchise is slowly lifting. MLB held its first draft lottery yesterday. The Rangers came out way ahead.  To discourage tanking, the players and owners negotiated a draft lottery. Players were tired of teams deliberately losing so they could […]


deLighted.

The Rangers got their man. Two days before the start of the Winter Meetings, which haven’t been held since 2019 due to the pandemic and then the lockout, the Texas Rangers showed the baseball world, and Rangers fans, it was tired of being the eighty-pound weakling and having sand kicked […]


Rangers bring in experience.

Experience counts. That seems to be the difference between the new Chris Young regime and the old Jon Daniels regime. Young’s first major hire since taking over for the fired Jon Daniels was a manager. Unlike Daniels who gravitated to inexperience, first-time managers with all three he hired—Ron Washington, Jeff […]


Perez returning.

Martin Perez is coming back. He agreed to the qualifying offer the Rangers extended to him, meaning he will make $19.65 million in 2023.  It’s a one-year deal, which isn’t the multi-year deal most players seek. But it’s $19.65 million. He wasn’t going to get that per year in a […]


Quick 2022 review.

What an interesting season. Aaron Judge proved you could hit 62 home runs in a season without the help of chemistry. The Houston Astros proved they can win a World Series without the help of trash cans. Albert Pujols proved he had one last gasp of glory left in his […]


Offseason dates of note.

Now that the season is over, Rangers fans have the most important, and certainly most interesting, offseason to look forward to.  Gone is Jon Daniels and his inability to build a competitive roster. Rangers management surveyed their situation and came to the conclusion that he was not the person to […]


Houston.

In the end, the Astros were just too deep. Philadelphia slowed them down on their march to the World Series. But Houston was just too good. Houston used a grave error by Philadephia rookie manager Rob Thompson to remove his dominating starter because he showed the littlest sign of being […]


Phillies staring down impossible.

Just by being in the World Series, Philadelphia proved it can do impossible. They beat the Braves in the first round when absolutely nobody gave them a chance to do that. They beat the Padres in the second round when absolutely nobody gave them a chance to do that. And […]


The catch.

Defense. Even though former GM Jon Daniels was clueless when it came to pitching, and lost when it came to offense, he absolutely had no idea what defense was. Which is why he is watching the World Series with his resumé in hand. Defense crushes rallies. Defense breaks hearts. Defense […]