The Texas Rangers are rebuilding and aren’t spending big this off-season. Players like Manny Machado, though, don’t become available very often, and the Rangers could utilize him once the rebuild is done.
The Texas Rangers aren’t making the biggest news at the MLB winter meetings, but they made some news Tuesday for a second straight day. They trade outfielder Drew Robinson to St. Louis for infielder Patrick Wisdom.
Dallas Cowboys players DeMarcus Lawrence and Tyrone Crawford were on hand to give away 100 bikes and bike helmets to kids at the East Dallas Boys and Girls Club on Monday. Academy Sports donated the bikes.
Third-graders from Charleston, Illinois sent a Flat Stanley to every MLB team in the country. Ten teams so far have responded including the Colorado Rockies, who created a busy adventure for the little paper boy.
The Texas Rangers have strong interest in signing free-agent right-hander Charlie Morton to fill a rotation spot. They need multiple starters and would like to add them on one-year deals, but there might be some exceptions.
With the Dallas Cowboys winning five straight, owner Jerry Jones is feeling pretty good and vindicated from critics who ripped the Amari Cooper trade and said the team needed to overhauled from the top down.
The Texas Rangers acquired a player on the first full day of the winter meetings, albeit on a waiver claim from the San Diego Padres. Carlos Asuaje, though, has a chance to be on the Opening Day roster.
Kameron Brown, a 4-star WR at Colleyville Heritage, will head to Texas A&M and enroll early next month. His father is former TCU and Dallas Cowboys defensive back Larry Brown, who won three Super Bowls.