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  • Ivy Leaguers Lucas, Ohlendorf reunited with Rangers
    Dartmouth's Ed Lucas and Princeton's Ross Ohlendorf give the Rangers the rare distinction of having two former Ivy League players in the same clubhouse.
  • Happy Prince gives Rangers reason to smile
    You're not really supposed to hit the ball hard during live batting practice, at least not in February. Even the best hitters take some time to catch up to pitching in Spring Training. Yet that didn't stop Adrian Beltre from getting on Prince Fielder on Thursday, when the Rangers held their first full workout at the Surprise Stadium complex.
  • Healthy Scheppers, Tolleson continue to impress
    Rangers relievers threw live batting practice for the first time on Thursday following two bullpen sessions. Right-handers Tanner Scheppers and Shawn Tolleson continue to lead the pack, according to pitching coach Mike Maddux.
  • Texas 'playing it over-cautiously' with Moreland, Choo
    First baseman Mitch Moreland and Shin-Soo Choo are at full strength in Spring Training. But both are coming off surgery and the Rangers are going to monitor them carefully to make sure they leave that way.
  • Banister reinforces contender potential in first meeting
    Rangers manager Jeff Banister had a simple message for his team in his meeting before the first full-squad workout on Thursday. Why not us?
  • Darvish, Chirinos getting comfortable together
    Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish threw live batting practice on Wednesday and Robinson Chirinos was his catcher. Darvish seemed to be fine with that arrangement. Darvish can be finicky and denanding about who catches him in a game and Chirinos did not catch him last season after an April 28 loss to the Athletics.
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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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