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A holiday song: "We Need Some Rangers Baseball Now"

It's time for my annual (poorly parodied) Rangers Christmas carol. This year's inspiration is "We Need a Little Christmas." Enjoy. Or roll your eyes. Whichever works for you. Push play on this video (the "Glee" version was the closest to my lyrics) and read along ... We Need Some Rangers... Continue reading "A holiday song: "We Need Some Rangers Baseball Now"" »

Rangers fans enjoy YU-letide celebration

Ever since the bidding ended on Dec. 14, fans have been waiting ... and waiting ... and waiting ... and waiting to find out who won the rights to negotiate with Japanese-Iranian pitching phenomenon Yu Darvish. Yep. Just the RIGHTS TO NEGOTIATE. It's strange how Japan does baseball business, but... Continue reading "Rangers fans enjoy YU-letide celebration" »

MTR Baseball Beat 12/9/2011

MTR Baseball Beat is hosted by Bill Zeltman and a variety of journalists. The show covers MLB with an emphasis on the Philadelphia Phillies. MTR Baseball Beat's latest podcast is now available. You can listen on's new 24/7 online radio station by clicking here, by subscribing to our... Continue reading "MTR Baseball Beat 12/9/2011" »

A farewell to an arm

Dear C.J. Wilson, First of all, thank you for the 16 wins in the 2011 season. You might not have had great success in October, but I will not overlook the effort you gave to make sure the Rangers were indeed playing in October for a second straight year. Also,... Continue reading "A farewell to an arm" »

The RSBS Podcast, Episode 30: Pat Matheny’s Anesthesioxity and Other Stuff (LIKE HIGHLIGHTS!)

Click ME to Listen!!! And so in this Podcast brought to you by Lifestyles… The RSBS crew celebrates its 30th episode by taking a stroll down podcast memory lane, remembering things that busted our (and hopefully your) guts. AIDS salad and Ron Santo's memory get rehashed while new memories (like... Continue reading "The RSBS Podcast, Episode 30: Pat Matheny’s Anesthesioxity and Other Stuff (LIKE HIGHLIGHTS!)" »

MLB Agrees to Labor Deal: Are the Changes Good or Bad for Baseball?

According to, Bud Selig is a hero. When he became commissioner in 1992, Major League Baseball was a $1 billion a year business. Baseball had revenues of over $7 billion in 2011. The sport is at an all time high for popularity. But are the changes that have been... Continue reading "MLB Agrees to Labor Deal: Are the Changes Good or Bad for Baseball?" »

JD serves up Joe Nathan signing for Thanksgiving

It's been said time and time again, but it can't be said enough. Jon Daniels is a ninja. I feel like I've been pretty good at monitoring the MLB trade rumors. But tonight, out of nowhere, T.R. Sullivan tweeted that the Rangers had signed Joe Nathan. What? Where did that... Continue reading "JD serves up Joe Nathan signing for Thanksgiving" »

Triple Coverage 11-14-11

Triple Coverage interviews Phil Mushnick breaks down the NFL's Week 10 and...has a bad day! Triple Coverage Continue reading "Triple Coverage 11-14-11" »

Setting the Mahmud

RSBS Special Correspondent and Muppet Aficionado, Mr. Johanna Mahmud reports: Left-Hand Hate KO'd by Love. I’ve been living in the house of ill repute. I got my diploma from the University of Strange. Somehow Jeff and Allen let me spew about any and all things on this fine site, which... Continue reading "Setting the Mahmud" »

Bud Selig Ruined the Playoffs

Bud Selig may make the owners very rich, but he sure has screwed everything else up! He has successfully ruined the playoffs. Here is what that buffoon has done to America's favorite pastime: 1. Rain Games: Remember when the tarp went over the field at the first sight of rain?... Continue reading "Bud Selig Ruined the Playoffs" »

Did Connie Mack's Phillies Predictions Come True??

Prior to the start of the 2011 baseball season, I made a few predictions. It's time to see how many came true. #1. Chase Utley will start fewer than one-third of the games (54-games) Wrong: Quite the oppositte. Utley played in 103-games, missing just 59, ironically, roughly one-third of the... Continue reading "Did Connie Mack's Phillies Predictions Come True??" »

Making no apologies and moving forward

I appear to be in a minority among my Rangers fan friends. And not just because I don't live in Texas. I'm in the minority because I don't view the 2011 season as a disappointment. Sure, the last two games (or really just Game 6) of the World Series were... Continue reading "Making no apologies and moving forward" »

A.D.D. talks Week 8 NFL, Cards 2011 Champs, NHL & Our NFL picks

11-2-11 A.D.D. The Giants do it the way they have all year, giving their fans ULCERS! We will talk the game with MIA. St. Louis Cardinals are 2011 World Series Champs! Will Albert stay or go now that Tony La Russa retired? Phillip Rivers drops the ball (PUN intended) and... Continue reading "A.D.D. talks Week 8 NFL, Cards 2011 Champs, NHL & Our NFL picks" »


As Game 6 of the Series drew to what appeared to be its close, I got very excited. It wasn't so much that I was cheering against my friend and his team but I had predicted the Rangers would win and I like to be right. Beyond that, though, there... Continue reading "Squashed" »

Rangers come up short in Game 7, Series

It's hard to know what to say after a World Series like that. For the second year in a row, the Rangers failed to bring the big trophy back to Arlington. As I watched last night, I had a sense of peace. Far more than I had during Game 6.... Continue reading "Rangers come up short in Game 7, Series" » Video Corner

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