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Q&A: Daniels displays business expertise as young, successful MLB general manager

Photo courtesy Kelly Gavin/Texas Rangers

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor

December 16, 2016

After becoming baseball’s youngest ever general manager at age 28, Jon Daniels was just getting started. The Texas Rangers executive, now in his 11th year at the position, has been at the helm for the most successful stretch in Rangers’ history, including back-to-back American League championships i...

Buy Who? Sell Who?

Coppell High School senior John Scalley checks online news articles about the Texas Rangers in AP environmental science class on Nov.20. “Unlike the NBA, MLB is pretty good about not letting teams ‘buy’ championship by getting the best players” Scalley said. “In that respect, I think that the Texas Rangers don’t really have much to gain or lose in regards to buying players.” Photo by Ayoung Jo.

November 20, 2015

By Eric Cashimere Staff Writer   After the Texas Rangers miraculous run towards winning the American League West Division, it is now that time to deal away and buy players for free agency.   Who should they get? Or more importantly, who do they need to sell?   L...

CISD to recognize students and teachers

April 18, 2013

By Tina Huang Staff Writer Once again the annual Student and Teacher Appreciation Night for CISD will be held at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. This year's game will be the Diamondbacks against the Rangers. Students who will be "appreciated" have been selected for their character and citizensh...

CISD Day at the Rangers Ballpark to come in May

April 12, 2013

By Elizabeth Sims Staff Writer The Coppell Independent School District Day at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington is on May 29. This night is open to all CISD staff, students, family and friends. One complimentary ticket will be given to students selected for displaying good character and citizenship....

Rangers Ballpark introduces new Texas-size foods for 2013 season

Graphic by Sophie Nauyokas

April 3, 2013

By Kristen Shepard Staff Writer To CHS students, the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington has always made for a fun night out at the Rangers game, but this year, the stadium is getting attention for its new "texas sized foods". Last year, the ballpark unveiled the two feet long hotdog, appropriately named th...

Full Count: Hamilton’s history, Rangers defeat Angels on Cruz control

May 14, 2012

By Ben Cowlishaw Online Copy Editor The Rangers are yet to slow down from their hot start to the season. Now 23-12, they lead the American League, and tie the Dodgers in wins. The bats have been hot, the pitching un-stoppable; the Rangers are making continuing to make their case for another postseason...

NHL Playoffs 2012 Conference Finals Picks

May 12, 2012

By Lance McCaskey Staff Writer Tomorrow marks the beginning of the third round of the NHL playoffs, and it marks the beginning of my road to redemption. Last round, I went a stunning zero for four on my picks. This is a new round, I have a source in my friend Carlos Scott who claims to know what...

Full Count Special Report: Hamilton homers four times, makes Ranger history

May 8, 2012

By Ben Cowlishaw Online Copy Editor Tuesday night against the Orioles, Josh Hamilton hit four home runs (not to mention a double), only the 16th time a batter has done that in MLB history, making the feat more rare than a Perfect Game. The Rangers won 10-3. Earlier this road trip, Beltre more...

Full Count Special Report: Weaver no-hits Twins

May 3, 2012

By Ben Cowlishaw Online Copy Editor A mere two and a half weeks after Philip Humber of the Chicago White Sox threw the 21st perfect game in MLB history, Jered Weaver of the Los Angeles Angels no-hit the Minnesota Twins in the Halo's 9-0 win. Weaver, now 4-0 with a 1.61 ERA, only allowed two base...

2012 NHL Playoffs, Conference Semifinals Picks

April 26, 2012

By Lance McCaskey Staff Writer As the first round of these NHL playoffs came to a close, my picks hit a striking seven for eight. I can proudly say I made an attempt to watch every game, and I enjoyed every second of it. While I was hoping for a sweep of both the Penguins due to my friend Carlos...

Full Count: perfect pitcher, blow-up in Boston fail to take spotlight off Rangers

April 23, 2012

By Ben Cowlishaw Online Copy Editor The greatest facets and events of baseball were exploited over the past week in ballparks across America. Philip Humber of the Chicago White Sox threw the 21st perfect game in MLB history after retiring all 27 Seattle batters in a row. The game ended on a controversial...

Full Count Special Report: 21st perfect game in MLB history thrown in Seattle

April 21, 2012

By Ben Cowlishaw Online Copy Editor Philip Humber of the Chicago White Sox has just thrown the 21st perfect game, the 3rd in White Sox history to the Seattle Mariners in a 4-0 win. Humber had nine strike outs, five ground outs, and thirteen fly outs to retire all 27 batters in a row. The last...