10/5/2015 | Gallardo a compelling option for Game 1 start
The Rangers have not announced their starting rotation for the Division Series against the Blue Jays, but a compelling case can be made for right-hander Yovani Gallardo to pitch Game 1.
10/5/2015 | Kela, Chirinos likely on postseason roster
The Rangers have not set their postseason roster, but general manager Jon Daniels said he expects both catcher Robinson Chirinos and reliever Keone Kela to be included.
10/5/2015 | Division Series start times set through Sunday
Major League Baseball on Monday announced the start times for Division Series games through Sunday. FS1 and MLB Network will exclusively televise all American League Division Series games, while TBS will exclusively telecast all National League Division Series games. All postseason games will be telecast in Canada by Sportsnet.
10/5/2015 | Choo earns AL Player of the Month honors
The Rangers finished their season as one of the hottest teams in baseball, and one of their hitters was rewarded for it on Monday. Shin-Soo Choo, who hit .387 with a .500 on-base percentage over his final 32 games in September and October, was named the American League Player of the Month.
10/5/2015 | Beltre wins Player of Week for role in division run
Veteran third baseman Adrian Beltre has been named the AL Player of the Week for the final week of the season after helping guide the Rangers to the American League West crown.
10/5/2015 | Constructing a winner: Rangers
Here's a look at how the Texas Rangers used the Draft, trades, free agency and international signings to build its postseason team.
10/5/2015 | Banister's survival instinct instilled early
Jeff Banister knows great challenges from growing up in the Houston area with a fierce determination to play in the Major Leagues.
10/5/2015 | 5 things that changed the season for Rangers
The Rangers are the fifth team in Major League history and the second American League team to make the postseason after having their league's worst record the previous season.
10/5/2015 | Rangers seeking first World Series title
After winning 14 of their last 21 games to capture the American League West title in Game 162 of the regular season Sunday, the Rangers are back in the postseason for the first time since 2012.
10/4/2015 | Rangers rumble into ALDS on heels of emotional Game 162
You could see the emotional release in those final moments on Sunday afternoon, as the Rangers finished off a 9-2 victory over the Angels to clinch the American League West.
10/4/2015 | Potential Monday tiebreaker would start at 3:35 ET
Major League Baseball on Sunday announced the start time for a potential tiebreaker game that would be played on Monday. Following Sunday's scheduled close to the regular season, a potential tiebreaker game would be broadcast by ESPN at 3:35 p.m. ET.
10/4/2015 | Banister: Hamels gave Rangers big start
Rangers left-hander Cole Hamels delivered in a big way on Sunday afternoon with a performance that seemed to come straight from heaven.
10/4/2015 | Rangers relish journey to top of AL West
After two games of teetering on the brink, the Rangers captured the sixth division title in club history in a convincing way with a 9-2 victory over the Angels on Sunday afternoon at Globe Life Park.
10/4/2015 | Patton recalled; Holland available in bullpen
The Rangers called up right-handed reliever Spencer Patton for the final game of the season Sunday. Manager Jeff Banister said Derek Holland also was available out of the bullpen for Game 162 against the Angels.
10/4/2015 | Rangers win West; Angels' WC hopes dashed
The Rangers, on the strength of a brilliant pitching performance by Cole Hamels, clinched the American League West and ended the Angels' postseason hopes with a 9-2 victory on Sunday afternoon at Globe Life Park.
10/4/2015 | What's at stake in #Game162
Today we get a season finale like no other, and it is anything but regular. In a first-of-its-kind simultaneous set of cliffhangers, every team with uncertain postseason possibilities began playing at 3 p.m. ET, leading up to a flurry of dramatic walk-offs or precious final outs.
10/4/2015 | 3-team tiebreaker still in play for Astros, Rangers, Yanks
With one day left in the regular season, there's still a possibility of a three-team tie among the Yankees, Astros and Rangers. And if that happens, a tiebreaker game on Monday would determine all of their fates.
10/3/2015 | Lots at stake in Angels-Rangers finale in Arlington
The Rangers and Angels will enter Sunday's series finale at Globe Life Park with the game possibly having serious postseason ramifications.
10/3/2015 | 'Stunned' Rangers looking ahead to Sunday
The Rangers thought they had a division title wrapped up in the ninth inning with a four-run lead and Shawn Tolleson on the mound, but the Angels rallied for five runs and held on for the victory.
10/3/2015 | Rangers 'pen rewrites story vs. Angels
Jeff Banister turned to his closer, Shawn Tolleson, with the Rangers holding a lead in ninth on Saturday, but Tolleson gave up back-to-back homers, and Ross Ohlendorf didn't fare much better.
10/3/2015 | Rangers will be ready with title on the line
Cole Hamels will be on the mound on Sunday when the Rangers face the Angels in their final attempt to clinch the American League West.
10/3/2015 | Angels stun Rangers, keep up Wild Card push
The Angels stunned the Rangers with five runs in the top of the ninth inning and rallied for an 11-10 victory on Saturday afternoon to keep their Wild Card playoff hopes alive. The Rangers need either a victory on Sunday to clinch the division title or a loss by the Astros on Sunday.
10/3/2015 | Kela being treated with caution and care
Jeff Banister acknowledged on Saturday that he has had to be careful how he's used reliever Keone Kela because of Kela's tender right elbow.
10/3/2015 | Let's try this again: Rangers take aim at AL West title
The Rangers get a second chance to wrap up the American League West on Saturday afternoon, when Colby Lewis opposes Angels lefty Hector Santiago at Globe Life Park.
10/3/2015 | Rangers prefer to take matters into own hands
The Rangers could have the D-backs do their work for them, but they would rather get it done themselves. They have that opportunity, needing just one win over the Angels this weekend to clinch the American League West.
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