Astros players finally talk about their cheating sign-stealing scam, but they don't really say anything in a weak display during a press conference at their spring training site in Florida.
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The Kerens Bobcats topped off another successful baseball season by picking up postseason awards on the District 20-2A All-District team.
Kerens senior leader Tate Engel, who has been a three-time all-state player, was named the District 20-2A MVP and freshman Dusty Spence earned the conference’s Newcomer of the Year award.
How far can these Tigers go?
The answer is coming, and it’s coming fast because Corsicana’s baseball team is about to dive head first into the toughest Class 5A district in Texas.
Just call them the Leadoff Men ...
They lead on and off the field, so it was fitting that Micah Burke, Ty Nolen and Devan Lindsey led off the baseball season by signing letters of intent to accept scholarships on the same day.
You've heard of the Big Apple and the Big Easy.
The Texas Rangers' beleaguered bullpen delivered Wednesday night to help salvage the final game of a disappointing homestand.
Four relievers worked 4 1/3 innings, the only baserunner reaching on a throwing error, as the Rangers beat the Oakland Athletics 4-2. Isiah Kiner-Falefa hit a go-ahead single in the fifth to help stop Oakland's four-game winning streak.
Adrian Beltre tipped his cap to Ivan Rodriguez when the new Hall of Fame catcher acknowledged the 3,000-hit milestone for the Texas Rangers' 38-year-old third baseman.
Then Beltre added a few more to the ledger.
The four-time All-Star had three hits with three RBIs after the shout-out from Rodriguez, and the Rangers beat Houston 8-3 on Saturday night, handing the AL-leading Astros a season-high fifth straight loss.
Cole Hamels threw the 16th complete game of his career — his first in nearly two years — and turned in his most efficient start of the season to lead the Texas Rangers past the Minnesota Twins 4-1 on Saturday night.