The Rangers and Blue Jays have announced their lineups for Game 1 of the ALDS. Troy Tulowitzki, who is still not 100 percent following a shoulder injury, is batting fifth.
The Rangers and Blue Jays have both announced their ALDS rosters. The series begins Thursday.
No Yankees or Red Sox. No Angels or Tigers, either. Brace yourself for ratings talk, but die-hard baseball fans will enjoy the actual four AL teams remaining.
What will the Nationals do to sort out their mess, A look around MLB job openings, World Series hopes and news from around Major League Baseball.
Rewarding a second-half turnaround in which they've gone 41-20 since July 29, the Rangers also eliminated the Angels from the AL West race. Texas also lowered its magic number to clinch the division to one.
The Red Sox have been eliminated from postseason contention. An awful lot went wrong in 2015, yet their future still looks bright.
Norris nearly helped the Tigers to a combined no-hitter, but what does his recent mastery mean for Fantasy owners? Al Melchior looks into the rookie's value as well as that for a pair of surging hitters.
Rangers blitz Astros lefty Dallas Keuchel with six runs in the first inning, and it calls for gymnastic celebration.
The Rangers are playing Mike Napoli in left field for the first time in his career Sunday.
The Mets, Royals, Twins, Cubs and other contenders made last minute trades before the August 31 deadline. Players had to be acquired by midnight to be eligible for the postseason roster.

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