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  • Odor still feeling discomfort in finger
    A strange play occurred in the eighth inning of the Rangers 8-6 win over the Padres on Tuesday. Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor fielded Alexi Amarista's ground ball going to his right near second base and, instead of trying to make an off-balance throw to first, Odor flipped the ball to shortstop Elvis Andrus. Odor has never done that before and Andrus wasn't expecting it. Amarista ended up with an infield single.
  • Banister hopes callups ease Tolleson's load
    Rangers manager Jeff Banister used reliever Shawn Tolleson in a non-save situation to close out the Rangers' 8-6 win Tuesday night. The Rangers had a four-run lead going into the inning and the Padres scored twice before Tolleson got the third out.
  • 6 players who will decide the AL Wild Card race
    With just one month left in the regular season, some division races appear all but wrapped up, and even the National League Wild Card spots look likely to go to the Pirates and Cubs -- barring a Cardinals collapse and a torrid streak from the Giants in an odd-numbered year. But there is at least one race that will go to the wire: The American League Wild Card.
  • Rangers swipe game on Elvis' steal of home
    Elvis Andrus' steal of home finished off a four-run rally in the top of the seventh and the Rangers defeated the Padres, 8-6, at Petco Park on Tuesday night. The Rangers, with their eighth win in 11 games, are now three games behind the Astros in the American League West, while maintaining a one-game lead over the Twins for the second Wild Card spot.
  • Andrus' thievery can help fans steal a home
    The deadline from Monday's sweepstakes hadn't even closed before Texas shortstop Elvis Andrus gave fans yet another opportunity to score a free mortgage payment.
  • Statcast: Being cruel? Elvis steals home
    Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus had the Rangers' only hit in 11 at-bats with runners in scoring position Tuesday night. He also had the most stunning play of the night, the Rangers' first straight steal of home in 15 years.
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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

Last Updated on Thursday, 06 March 2014 19:18