Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
Right-hander Felix Hernandez will try to shake his career rut against the Rangers and get the Mariners back on track on Saturday at Safeco Field. Seattle is mired in a seven-game losing streak.
Jeff Baker and Lance Berkman hit their first home runs in two weeks and Justin Grimm navigated a shaky start to lead the Rangers to a 9-5 victory over the Mariners at Safeco Field on Friday night.
Ross Wolf earned his first Major League victory on Wednesday, but it has not guaranteed him another start, as the Rangers announced Friday night that Martin Perez will start the second game of a doubleheader against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday.
Nick Tepesch, threw approximately 50 pitches in the bullpen on Thursday without any problems with the blister on the middle finger of his right hand, is ready to rejoin the Rangers' rotation, and Alexi Ogando is not far behind.
David Murphy was out of the lineup on on Friday night with Mariners left-hander Joe Saunders on the mound, so Mitch Moreland was moved up into the second spot in the lineup. Manager Ron Washington had moved Murphy into the No. 2 spot when Ian Kinsler went on the disabled list.
Rangers infielder Mike Olt, who has been sidelined for a month because of blurred vision, has been cleared to resume baseball activities. Olt has been seen by several eye specialists and has been taking medication and eye drops to clear his vision.
The Rangers placed veteran right-hander Derek Lowe on unconditional release waivers and signed infielder Mark Teahen to a Minor League contract Thursday.
Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin has played baseball almost all his life, but he's dealing with the higher expectations after making a big league Opening Day roster for the first time.
Ross Wolf emerged from Minor League oblivion to rescue the Rangers' rotation and earn his first Major League victory. The 30-year-old righty allowed just one run in five innings and the Rangers held on to a 3-1 win over the Athletics on Wednesday afternoon at the Ballpark in Arlington.
After two straight starts by Jurickson Profar at second base, Leury Garcia was in the lineup on Wednesday afternoon as the Rangers try to get by while Ian Kinsler is on the disabled list with a strained muscle in his right ribcage. Profar is the big prospect, but manager Ron Washington wants to keep Garcia engaged because he is expected to remain the Rangers' utility player once Kinsler returns.
The Rangers made room for right-hander Ross Wolf by sending reliever Cory Burns back to Triple-A Round Rock. The move leaves four left-handed relievers in the Rangers' seven-man bullpen.
Left-handed prospect Martin Perez missed two months with a broken left arm and the Rangers would like to give him more time before considering him as an option at the Major League level. But he is one of several under consideration to pitch the second game of a doubleheader against the Diamondbacks on Monday in Arizona.
Mitch Moreland was out of the lineup on Wednesday for the first time since April 19. Manager Ron Washington just decided it was time for Moreland to get a day off and Jeff Baker started at first base and hit seventh.
Yu Darvish made just one mistake over six stellar innings, but the Rangers were flummoxed by Dan Straily in a 1-0 loss to the A's on Tuesday at the Ballpark.
The Rangers have scratched pitcher Nick Tepesch from Wednesday's start with a blister on his right middle finger. The club is planning to recall right-hander Ross Wolf from Triple-A Round Rock to start against the Athletics.
The Rangers called up left-hander Neal Cotts on Tuesday from Triple-A Round Rock, almost four years to the day when he last pitched in the Major Leagues.
A.J. Pierzynski was activated off the disabled list on Tuesday after missing two weeks with a strained oblique muscle in his right ribcage.
Former catchers Jim Sundberg and Ivan Rodriguez, who won 19 Gold Gloves between them in their careers, will represent the Rangers at the 2013 First-Year Player Draft.
Jurickson Profar, MLB.com's top-rated prospect, was in the Rangers lineup at second base on Monday, one day after being recalled from Triple-A Round Rock.
A.J. Pierzynski played the second game of his rehab assignment for Double-A Frisco on Monday, going 1-for-3 as the RoughRiders' designated hitter, and will be back with the Rangers for Tuesday's contest against the A's.
The Rangers were able to survive and thrive without starting catcher A.J. Pierzynski because of the work of Geovany Soto and Robinson Chirinos.
Josh Lindblom's first big league start lasted 4 2/3 innings and he was optioned back to Triple-A following the Rangers' 9-2 loss to the A's on Monday. Top prospect Jurickson Profar tallied two RBIs in his season debut.
The Rangers have designated veteran pitcher Derek Lowe for assignment to make room for fellow right-hander Josh Lindblom.
Colby Lewis breezed through the first two innings of his rehab start for Double-A Frisco on Monday, retiring all six batters he faced, striking out three of them.
With emerging stars such as Jurickson Profar, Andrelton Simmons and Didi Gregorius calling Curacao home, the small island in the Caribbean Sea is quickly becoming the newest baseball hotbed.
The Rangers surrendered three home runs to Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera but ultimately prevailed, 11-8, on Sunday night in Arlington. David Murphy homered and drove in four runs.
Jurickson Profar, baseball's top prospect, is back in the big leagues. On Sunday, the Rangers placed Ian Kinsler, their leadoff man and most consistent hitter, on the disabled list retroactive to Friday with a strained rib muscle in his right side and recalled Profar, MLB.com's No. 1 overall prospect.
Lefty Joe Saunders, who has struggled on the road but is 3-0 with a 0.94 ERA at home, pitches for the Mariners, as they play host to righty Justin Grimm and the first-place Rangers for the start of a three-game set on Friday night at Safeco Field.
After a disappointing spring as a reliever, the Rangers' Josh Lindblom has been working to reinvent himself as a starter at Triple-A Round Rock. He has been successful enough there to earn the opportunity to start Monday's game against Oakland.