Yu Darvish was tagged for four runs in the first inning Sunday as the Rangers failed to sweep the Mariners.
Yu Darvish was tagged for four runs in the first inning Sunday as the Rangers failed to sweep the Mariners. Tony Gutierrez AP
Yu Darvish was tagged for four runs in the first inning Sunday as the Rangers failed to sweep the Mariners. Tony Gutierrez AP

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  • Daniels explains Rangers' decision to release Prince Fielder

    The Texas Rangers released Prince Fielder on Wednesday, and general manager Jon Daniels said it was more about Fielder's roster spot than finances (video by Jeff Wilson).