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  • Miami native Martinez tries to help Texas leave with split
    Staying above .500 has been a struggle this season for the Marlins, who will close out their homestand and their short series with the Rangers on Wednesday afternoon. But with Nathan Eovaldi taking the mound, Miami a chance to be two games over the break-even mark for the first time since June 17. Eovaldi will oppose Nick Martinez, a Miami native who hasn't been nearly as sharp this month.
  • Rangers force extras, but lack big hit in Miami
    When it was over Tuesday night, the Rangers went 1-for-10 with runners in scoring position, left 12 men on base and ended up losing, 4-3, in 10 innings. On a night when Mike Carp was going 0-for-5, Marlins No. 3 hitter Giancarlo Stanton brought the game to an end with a two-out RBI single to right off reliever Neftali Feliz.
  • Next Tuesday too optimistic a target date for Yu
    The Rangers are backing off the idea of Yu Darvish returning to the rotation and pitching next Tuesday against the Mariners. Darvish is on the disabled list with inflammation in his right elbow, and he has not thrown a baseball since he tried to play catch a week ago in Arlington. Darvish did not travel with the Rangers for their two-game series with the Marlins.
  • Texas outfielders accept Ice Bucket Challenge
    Ice bucket mania is sweeping through the Rangers' clubhouse. Rangers outfielders Leonys Martin, Alex Rios and Shin-Soo Choo were the latest to get doused by ice water on Tuesday in the dugout at Marlins Park. They were challenged by none other than Choo's 9-year-old son, Alan.
  • Rios a late scratch with bruised right thumb
    Outfielder Alex Rios was scratched from Tuesday's lineup after batting practice because of a bruised right thumb. Rios has already been dealing with a sprained right ankle, but apparently the thumb has been bothering him as well.
  • Prospect Knebel shut down with elbow sprain
    The Rangers are shutting down right-handed reliever Corey Knebel for the remainder of the season because of a sprained right elbow. Knebel will be down for six weeks and be re-examined at the beginning of October. If all goes well, he will begin throwing in November.
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Written by Gary   
Thursday, 06 March 2014 19:05

We have had a few VERY generous companies have donated to U4K's scholarship fund.  The fund is provided to NTLL to pay for the entry fee for those kids who may not be able to play otherwise.  All of this money goes directly to the league for this sole purpose and every little bit helps.  Below are the posts from Scott: 

I would like to thank LA Burger located on Denton Dr. @ 190 near the Wal Mart, for there $200.00 donation to U4K to pass on to NTLL for the scholarship program fund that helps others who are struggling to be able to have their child play in NTLL. Way to go LA Burger!!! Drop in and tell them you are NTLL family and thank you and enjoy a great burger! 

 

I would like to thank Property Intervention Group for their very generous $300.00 donation today to U4K to pass on to NTLL for the scholarship program fund that helps others who are struggling to be able to have their child play in NTLL. Another Carrollton firm make a difference in their community one ball player at a time. Feel free to visit their web site at www.propertyinterventiongroup.com

Last Updated on Thursday, 06 March 2014 19:18
 
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