Texas Rangers Playoffs
The A.L. West has all types of competition, but the Texas Rangers definitely have too much
talent to go quietly. With some incredible starting pitching and some players who can knock the ball out of the ballpark seemingly
at will, the Rangers will be looking to pile up the wins and be a major factor once again this season. And even though the
regular season is amazing each and every year, the playoffs are where it really all comes together, with some recent Rangers
teams showing what postseason baseball is all about after capturing a couple of pennants and getting right into the thick
of the action. With the Rangers eying up a return trip to the postseason, it simply doesn't get any better than this.
course, it won't exactly be a walk in the park considering the level of competition, but that's also the point. Without it
being hard, there really wouldn't be any accomplishment in making it to the postseason, which is what makes it special as
the Rangers look to put it all together and take another step forward. As they look to swing their way into the mix with the
Angels, the A's, the Mariners and Astros, the Rangers have all types of potential thanks to so some big-time talent both on
the mound and in the batter's box, giving them a chance to win each and every season.
Texas Rangers Team Info
Adrian Beltre continuing to light up opposing pitching and adding to his Hall of Fame-caliber resume and Prince Fielder back
in the heart of the lineup for a fresh season, the Rangers will be looking to improve on a 2014 season that had them struggling
to stay healthy. The Rangers still showed some major flashes, however, and fans know that this is still a very talented team
that not that long ago was the toast of the American League. With some great new talent, including phenomena Yu Darvish back
on the mound, this is a team that has the balance and talent-level to do a little bit of everything, giving them all types
of potential as they look to swing their way back into the heart of the chase for the American League West.
Baseball has been around for a long time, dating all the way back to the 19th century and giving
fans many great moments over the years. Though things have changed quite a bit since the early days, the game is still as
exciting as ever, as Major League Baseball routinely brings together some of the most skilled ballplayers in the world to
battle it out on the diamond. Don't even think about missing out on a great game that you'll be talking about well after the
final pitch. The playoffs are where it really all gets taken to a whole different level, as the intensity you'll find during
the MLB postseason is simply something that you're just not going to find anywhere else. Once you're in the middle of the
heart-pounding excitement, with the game on the line and the Rangers digging in, you'll definitely be glad that you're not
Texas Rangers History
Over the years, the Rangers have had too many great players to name,
but a few of the most touted include Nolan Ryan, Alex Rodriguez, Juan Gonzalez, Ivan Rodriguez, Kenny Rogers and many, many
more. Though they haven't yet put together a team that has captured a title, they've been knocking on the door for a while
now, racking up winning season after winning season and giving their fans hope that they'll see a championship much sooner
than later. The Rangers have also won the A.L. West five different times, including in 2010 and 2011 – years they also
won the pennant. With a balanced and talented team that the rest of the division is watching out for, the Rangers know what
they're capable of – as do the home town fans.
Texas Rangers Trivia
Did you know that Prince Fielder
is one of just three players to win two different Home Run Derbies? Can you name the other two?
As the only player to
win the Derby playing in both the National League and the American League, Prince Fielder is one of the all-time greats when
it comes to hitting the ball out of the park. The only other two players to win two are Ken Griffey Jr. and Yoenis Céspedes.
Texas Rangers Fans
Global Life Park at Arlington is a top-tier place to see a baseball game, but that's not really
something that you're going to figure out sitting at home wondering what the atmosphere of the big game is like. Baseball
can be fun to watch from home or even listen to on the radio, but it's in the stands alongside tens of thousands of your fellow
fans that you get the true Major League Baseball experience. Home or on the road, the playoffs will bring the experience to
a completely different level, and the Texas Rangers are sure to give their fans all kinds of thrills as they look to put together
a playoff run.