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3/29/2015 | Holland using abbreviated '14 season as fuel

Left-hander Derek Holland finished the 2014 season with a flourish, dominating in six September outings after working his way back from a left knee injury. With that taste of health and success to chew on over a long offseason, Holland enters 2015 as eagerly as anyone in Rangers camp.

3/29/2015 | Rangers still undecided on 'dominating' Kela

Rookie right-hander Keone Kela continues to be the talk of the Rangers. Manager Jeff Banister has not said if Kela is going to make the team. But the Rangers are running out of reasons why Kela shouldn't make the team. He threw another scoreless inning Sunday in the Rangers' 10-5 loss to the Dodgers.

3/29/2015 | Tepesch roughed up in start vs. Dodgers

Jimmy Rollins, Adrian Gonzalez and Scott Van Slyke doubled in a five-run third inning as the Dodgers rallied to beat Texas, 10-5, on Sunday at Camelback Ranch. The runs came against Rangers starting pitcher Nick Tepesch, who is fighting to make the club.

3/29/2015 | Smolinski's perseverance leading to Opening Day

A year ago, few people had heard of outfielder Jake Smolinski. Now he is on the verge of making the Rangers and might even be their left fielder on Opening Day.

3/29/2015 | Rangers' rotation to include Martinez

Nick Martinez has won the fifth spot in the Rangers' rotation, manager Jeff Banister said on Sunday morning.

3/28/2015 | Rangers relievers pitch well against Padres

In what began as a pretty good pitching duel between the Texas bullpen and San Diego starter Tyson Ross ended up with the Padres holding on for a 3-2 victory over the Rangers on Saturday afternoon.

3/28/2015 | QB Wilson's Spring Training visit comes with deep ball

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson went deep again on Saturday. This time he wasn't throwing a bomb to Doug Baldwin, but taking Rangers third-base coach Tony Beasley over the left-field fence in batting practice.

3/28/2015 | Ranaudo optioned to Triple-A, out of fifth-starter competition

The Rangers have optioned pitcher Anthony Ranaudo to Triple-A Round Rock, removing another candidate from the fifth-starter competition.

3/28/2015 | Tolleson to likely pitch in game on Sunday

Rangers right-hander Shawn Tolleson, who has been sidelined with tightness in his right forearm, is planning on pitching against the Dodgers on Sunday. It will be his first time in a Cactus League game since March 20.

3/28/2015 | Rangers acquire lefty Freeman from Cardinals

The Rangers have acquired left-handed reliever Sam Freeman from the Cardinals for a player to be named or cash considerations.

3/28/2015 | Ohlendorf shut down due to mild groin strain

Rangers pitcher Ross Ohlendorf has had an impressive Spring Training, but his chances of being on the Opening Day roster have been scuttled because of a mild strain of his right groin muscle.

3/28/2015 | Rangers' Opening Day roster won't include Schierholtz

The Rangers have told veteran outfielder Nate Schierholtz that he will not be on the Opening Day roster. That clears the way for Ryan Rua, Jake Smolinski and Delino DeShields to make the team.

3/27/2015 | QB Wilson to suit up for Rangers today

Russell Wilson will trade his Seattle Seahawks uniform for a Texas Rangers one on Saturday, as the two-time Super Bowl quarterback is scheduled to join the club in Surprise, Ariz.

3/27/2015 | Ranaudo revives chances for spot in Rangers' rotation

Anthony Ranaudo had one insight into the fight for the last spot in the Rangers rotation. "When all is said and done, we are going to have a really good fifth starter," Ranaudo said.

3/27/2015 | Rangers fall in ninth as Klein gives up walk-off three-run homer

Mark Canha hit a three-run, walk-off homer against Rangers reliever Phil Klein in the ninth inning of Friday's game at Hohokam Stadium, sending Oakland to a 7-6 victory.

3/27/2015 | Rangers leaning toward keeping Rule 5 pick DeShields

The Rangers keep coming back to their desire to keep outfielder Delino DeShields on the team. DeShields is a Rule 5 Draft pick with significant potential taken from the Astros organization.

3/27/2015 | Scheppers falls back into role as setup man

Yovani Gallardo was named the Rangers' Opening Day starter on Thursday. That brought back memories for reliever Tanner Scheppers. Scheppers was the Rangers' unexpected Opening Day pitcher in 2014.

3/27/2015 | Impressive outing keeps Martinez in the mix

Nick Martinez may not have clinched a spot in the rotation, but he has certainly raised the bar high for those still in the competition.

3/27/2015 | Martinez's arm, Martin's power carry Rangers

Leonys Martin hit a two-run home run in the third, Nick Martinez pitched six scoreless innings and the Rangers defeated the Rockies, 6-3, on Thursday night.

3/26/2015 | Rangers keeping a close eye on Fujikawa

Kyuji Fujikawa is scheduled to pitch in relief on Friday against the Athletics. The Rangers are watching him closely to see if he is fully recovered from Tommy John surgery or if he'll need more time in the Minors.

3/26/2015 | Veteran Ludwick not in Rangers' plans

The Rangers narrowed their outfield competition on Thursday by informing veteran outfielder Ryan Ludwick that he will not make the team.

3/26/2015 | Gallardo to open Rangers' season; Detwiler in rotation

Rangers manager Jeff Banister has officially named Yovani Gallardo the starter for the club's season opener at Oakland on April 6 and told Ross Detwiler that he has made the rotation.

3/26/2015 | Rangers optimistic about state of Tolleson's arm

The Rangers still don't know if right-handed reliever Shawn Tolleson will be ready for Opening Day, but they are cautiously optimistic that his arm issue is not serious.

3/26/2015 | Detwiler makes strong case for rotation

Manager Jeff Banister also isn't ready to make any public declarations but it does seem more and more apparent that Ross Detwiler is going to be in the rotation to start the season.

3/26/2015 | Detwiler dealt rough 2nd, Rangers bats go quietly

Rangers starter Ross Detwiler went four innings and allowed four runs, all coming in the second inning, but he rebounded to retire eight of the last nine batters that he faced.

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