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Battle For Rangers' No. 5 Starting Spot

By Jared Sandler | @SandlerJ

Ok, so maybe the title doesn’t make total sense when discussing the battle for the fifth spot in the rotation but, let’s be real here, last season led to plenty of (responsible) sports drinking from Rangers fans, so I went with it… 1,468 more words


Red Sox: Most Improved Team in American League?

While there has been considerable focus on what the Red Sox don’t have – a number one starter – let’s take minute to review what has been – on paper – a strong off-season. 367 more words

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MLB...A Few Under the Radar Moves

So far, the off-season has seen a lot of activity. Some of it has been shocking, while some of it has been very ‘business as usual’. 245 more words


Anthony Ranaudo for Robbie Ross deal costly for Boston

The Boston Red Sox and Texas Rangers have swapped starting pitching projects, by working out a deal that sent Robbie Ross to Boston and Anthony Ranaudo… 319 more words

Sawx deal Ranaudo for Ross

Boston swapped Anthony Ranaudo to the Rangers for Robbie Ross in a trade of pitchers whose shortcomings were exposed last year.

Ross failed as a starter like pretty much everyone else who got the call for an injury-ravaged Rangers team, but unlike the peanut vendors and ushers, Ross actually got the shot out of spring training. 221 more words

Red Sox Trade Anthony Ranaudo To Rangers For Robbie Ross Jr.

BOSTON (CBS) -  The Boston Red Sox announced a trade on Tuesday.

The Sox acquired left-handed pitcher Robbie Ross Jr. from the Texas Rangers in exchange for right-handed pitcher Anthony Ranaudo. 127 more words


Red Sox Send Ranaudo To Rangers For Ross

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ARLINGTON (AP) - The Texas Rangers acquired right-hander Anthony Ranaudo from the Boston Red Sox for left-hander Robbie Ross.

With the deal Tuesday night, the Rangers got the 6-foot-7 right-hander who didn’t sign after being picked by them out of a New Jersey high school in the 11th round of the 2007 draft. 237 more words