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Cranky Gov. Abbott Declines Invitation to Throw Out First Pitch of Rangers’ 2021 Season
Cranky Gov. Abbott Declines Invitation to Throw Out First Pitch of Rangers’ 2021 Season
According to an article published Monday morning by EverythingLubbock, Governor Greg Abbott has declined the great honor of throwing the ceremonial first pitch of the season for the Texas Rangers. Gov. Abbott sent a lovely letter in response to the gracious offer that he never deserved: Thank you for the invitation to throw out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers' home opening game...
Professional Sporting Event Capacity is Bigger in Texas
Professional Sporting Event Capacity is Bigger in Texas
Both the Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys announced today that they will be opening at full capacity when their respective seasons' kick-off. The Dallas Cowboys obviously have plenty of time to announce protocol and see where the COVID-19 rates are closer to the season before announcing their plan, but the Texas Rangers don't have the same benefit of time with their season starting in early April.
The Texas Rangers Trade Mike Minor to Division Rival
The Texas Rangers Trade Mike Minor to Division Rival
There's some drama in the AL West at the trade deadline. Not so much for the Rangers and their playoff hopes, but they did send Mike Minor to the Oakland Athletics for two mystery prospects and some money. Reports are out that the Rangers will also send around $700,000 of Minor's remaining salary in exchange for a 19-year-old center fielder, Marcus Smith, and a 20-year-old corner infielder, Dustin

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