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When it comes to metaphors that best describe the lengths you’d go to be able to hit more home runs, “pills” are probably a bad choice. Is this the start of random urine testing for magic doping? Dear God we hope so.
In a surprise (read: kind of ridiculous) move, the Texas Rangers took Wilson in the minor league phase of the Rule 5 draft. It cost the Rangers $12,000 to take him from the Colorado Rockies system, even though Wilson will go immediately to the team’s restricted list. Because he already has another job. Playing football. For the Seahawks.
By now you are well aware of the trade that sent Prince Fielder and a boatload of cash to the Texas Rangers and Ian Kinsler to the Detroit Tigers. While we could debate the merits of the Rangers investing in Fielder, a player whose production has declined for three straight years, the real ramifications of this deal will trickle down to affect numerous other players. Let’s consider just a few of the more obvious changes to the Fantasy landscape for 2014.
SLIDESHOW: Rangers SS Elvis Andrus Just Bought Daryl ‘Moose’ Johnston’s Old Dallas-Area Mansion For $3.7 Million
Elvis has entered this building! (But not for long, he’s getting traded this offseason for Max Scherzer and a top prospect.) Better start looking for another 7,364-square-foot, five bedroom palace that vaguely resembles the inside of the Titanic…
Is this sign the result of non-union schools? Unsure. What we do know is that Rangers’ fans still “belive”, because Texas beat the Los Angeles Angels of Disneyland today, 6-2, to force a one-game playoff with Tampa Bay for the final American League playoff spot.
I heard you started reading a book? Cool, what’s it about? How bored you are? Love? C’mon, you’re not fooling anyone. Baseball is back. Behold it’s majesty…
From the EDA Rhinos to the Texas Rangers in the same month? Even for Manny, that’s somewhat unbelievable.
Manny Ramirez says he’s “blessed spiritually” to be back playing in the U.S., even if it is with the Triple-A Round Rock Express.