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Potential Relief Pitchers

A consistent bullpen is a luxury in the game of baseball and the Express are looking for just that in 2015.  Below are the possible relief pitchers that could be trotting from the bullpen to the mound at Dell Diamond this summer.   560 more words


Rangers Activate Ogando From DL

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – The Texas Rangers have activated right-hander Alexi Ogando from the 15-day disabled list.

Texas also recalled right-hander Ross Wolf and outfielders Engel Beltre and Joey Butler from Triple-A Round Rock on Tuesday, giving them 36 players on the active roster. 158 more words


Rangers Call Up 3 More Players

ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) – The Texas Rangers have added three more players to their active roster.

Reliever Ross Wolf, as well as outfielders Joey Butler and Engel Beltre, were called up following Round Rock’s final game of the season today. 165 more words


Rangers Recall LHP Ortiz, Send Down RHP Wolf

ARLINGTON (AP) – The Texas Rangers have recalled left-handed reliever Joseph Ortiz from Round Rock and sent down right-hander Ross Wolf.

It will be Ortiz’s fourth stint with the Rangers in the 23-year-old’s rookie season. 196 more words


The 2013 season's MUST read blog posts

Time to pat ourselves on the backs again and extend a big, gracious, Texas-sized THANK YOU to all of you out there reading. The ‘Riders Insider Blog… 524 more words

Review: Le Corbusier/New York

Le Corbusier/New York

Saturday, June 8th, 2013
Center for Architecture
Museum of Modern Art
New York, NY

Review by Sammy Medina and Ross Wolfe

“Le Corbusier/New York” was billed as a two-day international symposium focusing on the architect’s relationship to the city, and featured such luminaries within the field as Jean-Louis Cohen, Kenneth Frampton, Peter Eisenman, Stanislaus von Moos, and Mary McLeod, along with a host of other lesser-known critics and historians. 991 more words


Rangers Lose For 6th Time In 7 Games, 7-4 To O's

ARLINGTON (AP) — The Texas Rangers may need to accelerate their search for a starting pitcher.

Fill-in starter Ross Wolf allowed seven runs and nine hits while facing only 16 batters as the Rangers lost for the sixth time in seven games, 7-4 to the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday night. 791 more words