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MLB Offseason Preview: Texas Rangers

In 2020, the Texas Rangers had the 15th-highest payroll in baseball, while sitting just over $3 million above the league average. The result amounted to having the lowest win percentage amongst teams in the upper half of that category and the second-worst record in the league.

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Pujols Homers Passing Mays for Fifth All-Time

Angels first baseman Albert Pujols launched a solo home run off rookie Wes Benjamin in the fifth inning of Friday evening’s series opener against the Texas Rangers at Angel Stadium Friday night.

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MLB, MLBPA Agree to Terms on 2020 Posteason in Bubble  

B.J. Martin reports on today’s agreement between MLB and the MLBPA to hold the 2020 postseason in a bubble format with families allowed to attend.

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Sellers Look Ahead to Next Year’s MLB Draft

Last weekend was frantic as many of Major League Baseball’s seller’s sought takers for their movable pieces for prospects as they look beyond 2020.

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Mets Acquire Catcher Robinson Chirinos From Rangers

The Mets made a curious move on Monday by trading for struggling catcher Robinson Chirinos.

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Report: Mets Reunite With Todd Frazier

Yehuda Schwartz breaks down the Mets’ reacquisition of infielder Todd Frazier from the Rangers.

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Rangers Trade Minor to Athletics for Two Prospects

Another starting pitcher is on the move. The Texas Rangers have traded Mike Minor to the Oakland A’s for two players to be named later.

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AL Power Rankings: Week 3

The A’s were on everyone’s radar this season and they have exceeded expectations to start the season. They are currently running away with the AL West with a record of 16-6. A big part of their success comes from their offense. They are the second-highest scoring team in the Al with 118 runs scored. 

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MLB DFS August 15: Pitchers, Sluggers, and Stacks

What a wild season we have had so far. I hope that everyone has had great success this season. Let’s continue that season with some pitchers, sluggers, and stacks!

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American League West Recap: 8/3-8/9

This entire 2020 season is unusual, and in the American League West, it’s been incredibly unusual. There are four struggling teams and one standout team, but while mostly everyone expected that standout team to be the defending American League champions, that certainly hasn’t been the case. As this season rolls on, it’s clear that we may have a one-horse race in this battle, and we may have a new AL West champion for the first time since 2016.

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