Rangers players Cole Hamels and Prince Fielder, along with general manager Jon Daniels and Mercy Street RBI participants helped break ground on the Rangers MLB Urban Academy in West Dallas.
Rangers players Cole Hamels and Prince Fielder, along with general manager Jon Daniels and Mercy Street RBI participants helped break ground on the Rangers MLB Urban Academy in West Dallas. Stefan Stevenson Star-Telegram
Rangers players Cole Hamels and Prince Fielder, along with general manager Jon Daniels and Mercy Street RBI participants helped break ground on the Rangers MLB Urban Academy in West Dallas. Stefan Stevenson Star-Telegram

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  • Jeff Banister talks about prospects of a six-man rotation

    Texas Rangers manager Jeff Banister talks about the thoughts behind a six-man starting rotation (video by Jeff Wilson).