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Crosby comes up big with OT goal to seal Pens’ victory over Rangers

New York Rangers center J.T. Miller battles for the puck with Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby during the second period at Madison Square Garden. Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

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NEW YORK — If the Pittsburgh Penguins open the Stanley Cup Playoffs on home ice, their win against the New York Rangers on Sunday night will play a big role.

Center Sidney Crosby scored with 29.5 seconds remaining in overtime to give the Penguins a 3-2 victory at Madison Square Garden that pulled them to within three points of second place in the Metropolitan Division with seven games remaining.

If the Penguins and Rangers meet in the postseason for the third straight year, home-ice advantage may not matter anyway; the Rangers have won four straight playoff games and five of six at the home of the Penguins, Consol Energy Center, the past two years.

Either way, it doesn’t appear to matter too much to Crosby.

"I don’t think we’re looking at it as closely as that," Crosby said. "We’re just trying to play well (at Madison Square Garden). We’ve been fighting for a long time to get in the playoffs so I think we still have that mentality. We’re just going a game at a time. We’re just trying to keep playing well."

The Penguins (42-25-8) have won eight of nine overall and seven of eight since losing Evgeni Malkin to an upper-body injury two weeks ago. Malkin is expected to miss 6-to-8 weeks, which includes at least the first round of the postseason barring a speedy recovery.

With Malkin out, center Nick Bonino has taken his spot on a line between left winger Carl Hagelin and right winger Phil Kessel, and that trio was responsible for the tying goal midway through the second period.

Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist flubbed a pass behind his net, which allowed Hagelin to gather the puck in the corner. He fired a shot toward the net, forcing Lundqvist to make an awkward save as he scrambled back into the net. Kessel was there to roof the rebound over a fallen Lundqvist to even the score at 2.

With both teams coming off road wins Saturday, the game stagnated over the final 30 minutes. There was very little space on the ice but once the game turned to 3-on-3 late in overtime — there was 1:59 of 4-on-3 for the Penguins and extended 4-on-4 before a whistle in the final minute — pens-game-tickets-tonight-rid-47685043.html. the writing pen store reviews Crosby’s hand-eye coordination and defenseman Kris Letang’s perfect shot gave the Penguins a much-needed extra point.

"It was a hard game to play," Penguins coach Mike Sullivan said. "We had to fight for every inch of ice out there Those types of games, where you have to fight to get your offense, you don’t get any freebies. I thought our guys played really hard and stayed with it."

Letang was on the ice for the first 3:30 of overtime, then returned for the winning goal after the Penguins called timeout to get him a rest.

"I was looking at the clock," said Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury, who made 25 saves. "I’m sure he felt that one."

The Rangers (43-24-9) let a pair of one-goal leads slip away; left winger Eric Staal scored in the first period, only to have that countered by Penguins center Matt Cullen later in the period, then scored again early in the second period before Kessel erased that lead.

The Rangers had their three-game winning streak and snapped and have lost to the Penguins three straight times.

"I feel good about the way we played," said Lundqvist, who turned aside 29 shots. "It was a good game and there’s a big possibility that this is the team we are going to face very soon. It’s a pretty tight matchup, but we’ll see what’s going to happen moving forward here. We still have some big games left."

"We’re not thinking that far ahead," Rangers defenseman Ryan McDonagh said. "Our focus is trying to get points here."

Home ice has mattered in the regular season, as the Rangers’ 25-8-4 mark at MSG is the second-best home record in the league while their 18-16-5 record away from here has them in the middle of the pack.

Some players may not want to admit they are looking at the standings with two weeks to go but the location of a potential Game 7 could be the difference in a potential Penguins-Rangers series.

"It’s big for the standings," Fleury said. "You definitely need those points. They’ve had our number in the playoffs the past few seasons."

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ARLINGTON -- What does a guy do after he gets inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame?

In the case of former Rangers catcher Ivan Rodriguez, he gets involved in hurricane relief efforts and, this year especially, much has been done and there's still more to do. The work continues through the holiday season.

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ARLINGTON -- The Rangers acquired their first new candidate for the starting rotation when they traded for right-handed pitcher Ronald Herrera from the Yankees and added him to their 40-man roster. In exchange, the Rangers gave up Minor League lefty Reiver Sanmartin.

The Rangers also added six Minor League players to their 40-man roster: right-handed pitchers Jonathan Hernandez and Ariel Jurado, left-handed pitchers Brett Martin and Joe Palumbo, catcher Jose Trevino and utility player Isiah Kiner-Falefa. All six were eligible to be taken in the Rule 5 Draft if not protected.

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ARLINGTON -- The Rangers won't be front and center at next summer's Hall of Fame ceremonies like they were this year when Ivan Rodriguez was inducted. Rodriguez joined Nolan Ryan as the only two players who went into the Hall of Fame wearing the Rangers cap.

But the Rangers are well-represented on the current Hall of Fame ballot as far as candidates who did make at least a brief stop in Arlington. There are seven players on the ballot, released Monday, who wore the Rangers uniform, headed by Vladimir Guerrero. The official announcement is scheduled for Jan. 24 at 5 p.m. CT on MLB Network and MLB.com..

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ARLINGTON -- The baseball world saw on July 30 why Adrian Beltre has been selected as the Personality of the Year in the Esurance MLB Awards.

That was the day Beltre lined a double to left field off Orioles pitcher Wade Miley for the 3,000th hit of his career. When it was over, his family spilled onto the field to congratulate Beltre and his emotions immediately spilled over amid the hugs and kisses.

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Joey Gallo turned 24 on Sunday, but he already ranks as one of the Majors' top producers of eye-popping home runs.

The young Rangers slugger entered some elite company with his 41-homer campaign in 2017, becoming one of 21 players to ever hit at least 40 dingers before his age-24 season. He also joined Mark McGwire and Barry Bonds -- some elite company as far as power hitters go -- as one of only three players to register more homers than singles in a qualified season.

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Share This Email Print Pitching market may determine DeShields' status If Rangers unable to satisfy need for arms, center field could become free-agency focus Statcast: DeShields blazes bases 0:32 Statcast measures the metrics of Delino DeShields' inside-the-park homer, the fastest home-to-home time for a Rangers player in two seasons Closed Caption support for MLB.com videos can be found here » By T.R. Sullivan and Jamal Collier / MLB.com | @Sullivan_Ranger |

ORLANDO, Fla. -- The Rangers' offseason plans have been known to change on the fly.

Pitching is Texas' top priority this winter, as there is a need for possibly three starting pitchers as well as bullpen help. But the Rangers may not be able to fill all of their shopping needs given a thin free-agent market and the high demand for pitching around the game.

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ARLINGTON -- The Rangers are planning to work on a contract extension for general manager Jon Daniels, sources said Thursday. The extension could be completed before the Winter Meetings in December.

The extension discussions were first reported by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram from the General Managers Meetings this week in Orlando.

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ARLINGTON -- The Rangers have acquired Minor League outfielder Hunter Cole from the Giants as the player to be named in the June 6 trade for reliever Sam Dyson .

The loss should not impact the Giants significantly. Cole, who has spent the past three years at Double-A Richmond, was not ranked among the club's Top 30 prospects by MLBPipeline.com.

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ORLANDO, Fla. -- The saga of infielder Jurickson Profar moves into another offseason without a resolution in sight.

Profar's future remains murky as the Rangers ponder holding on to him for insurance or attempting to cut their losses by including him in a trade. It has become a tedious script for a player who was once considered baseball's top Minor League prospect (2013) before missing two full seasons (2014-15) because of a shoulder injury.

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T.R. Sullivan has covered the Rangers since 1989, and for MLB.com since 2006. Follow him on Twitter @Sullivan_Ranger and listen to his podcast . Jamal Collier covers the Nationals for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @jamalcollier . This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

Share This Email Print Andrus named Rangers Player of the Year Charity dinner set for Jan. 19; tickets on texasrangers.com Andrus' four-hit game 0:30 Elvis Andrus collects four hits, including a home run, and finishes a triple shy of completing the cycle against the Braves Closed Caption support for MLB.com videos can be found here » By T.R. Sullivan / MLB.com | @Sullivan_Ranger |

ARLINGTON -- Elvis Andrus has been selected as the Rangers Player of the Year and will be honored at the Dr Pepper Texas Rangers Award Dinner.

The dinner will be take place on Friday, Jan. 19, at Gilley's Dallas. Tickets are available at www.texasrangers.com/awards . Tickets are $110.00 each with tables of 10 also available. Net proceeds benefit the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation.

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Share This Email Print Rangers target pitching at GM Meetings Daniels exploring all options for improving starting rotation Rangers' chances to sign Darvish 0:37 MLB.com Rangers reporter T.R. Sullivan talks about the team's plans for the offseason and whether it will try to re-sign Yu Darvish Closed Caption support for MLB.com videos can be found here » By T.R. Sullivan and Jamal Collier / MLB.com | @Sullivan_Ranger |

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Rangers general manager Jon Daniels is talking about pitching. That has been the club's mission from the beginning of the offseason and continues at the annual General Managers Meetings.

"Had a first round of conversations back home with both clubs and agents, and have a chance to get together in person, advance the ball on a couple things and see where it goes," Daniels said on Monday. "Hard to say as far as timing when things get done. Probably have a better sense of things after this week."

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ARLINGTON -- Rangers pitcher Nick Martinez underwent surgery to repair a sports hernia, the club revealed on Monday.

Martinez had the surgery last Thursday in Philadelphia. The surgery was performed by Dr. William Meyers, who did the same operation on shortstop Elvis Andrus last offseason.

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Share This Email Print Inbox: Will Rangers make a play for Arrieta? Beat reporter T.R. Sullivan answers questions from fans Notable Free Agent: Arrieta 0:28 Following a 14-win season with the Cubs, starter Jake Arrieta's arm is an appealing one available for a team's rotation in free agency Closed Caption support for MLB.com videos can be found here » By T.R. Sullivan / MLB.com | @Sullivan_Ranger |

What are the odds of Jake Arrieta signing with the Rangers? He grew up in Plano. -- John K., Plano, Texas

Here is the problem with Arrieta -- who went to Plano East High -- and Yu Darvish , who many are keen on bringing back to Texas. The Rangers are looking for three starters, plus bullpen help and possibly a defensive center fielder. If Texas needed just one starter, Arrieta or Darvish would make much more sense. But they are the top two free-agent pitchers on the market, and they will cost the most. Since the Rangers must buy in bulk, they are better off putting either Lance Lynn or Alex Cobb at the top of their shopping list, unless they can pull off getting Shohei Ohtani.

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Carlos Beltran 's last official act as a Major League player was hoisting the World Series trophy for the first time in his career.

And although the 40-year-old is riding off into the sunset as a champion, the Astros' championship was not a factor in his decision to walk away from the game he loves.

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Share This Email Print Kela begins nine-day MLB trip to China Rangers pitcher to visit development centers on promotional tour Keone Kela is working with student-athletes in Shanghai on his trip, part of MLB's continued effort to promote baseball in China. (Rangers) By Oliver Macklin / MLB.com |

Rangers pitcher Keone Kela is visiting two Major League Baseball Development Centers in China, where he will work with student-athletes to promote the game in Shanghai. The trip began Saturday and will take course over a week and a half.

The trip is part of a continued effort that MLB began in 2003 to promote baseball in China. Kela, who is visiting development centers in Wuxi and Nanjing as well as the Dongshan School in the Jiangning District, Nanjing City, is being accompanied by Rick Dell, MLB's director of baseball development in Asia, and Simon Huang, MLB Development Center manager of business operations, as well as other members of the program's staff.

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International superstar Shohei Ohtani has been a force both on the mound and at the plate in five seasons with the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters of the Japan Pacific League.

Ohtani possesses one of the more unique and unprecedented skill sets among any player in baseball history, and during a news conference held in Tokyo on Saturday, the 23-year-old expressed his desire to discuss his future role with Major League Baseball teams pursuing his services this offseason.

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ARLINGTON -- The Rangers have made pitching a priority this offseason, but their first moves were subtraction. The Rangers announced on Monday they declined a $4 million club option on reliever Tony Barnette and decided against a $17.4 million qualifying offer for free-agent starter Andrew Cashner .

The Rangers did pick up a $6 million option on left-hander Martin Perez . But they did not pick up an $11 million option on first baseman Mike Napoli and did not extend a qualifying offer to outfielder Carlos Gomez .

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ARLINGTON -- The Rangers added significant experience to their coaching staff by hiring Don Wakamatsu as bench coach and Dan Warthen as assistant pitching coach.

Steve Buechele, who had been the bench coach for the past two years, has been reassigned as the first-base coach. The Rangers also officially announced Colby Lewis has rejoined the organization as a special assistant to general manager Jon Daniels.

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With Giancarlo Stanton now being shopped by the Marlins, what would it take to realistically get him in a Rangers uniform? I know we need pitching, however pitching apparently doesn't win championships anymore, high power numbers do. -- Jimmy K., Arlington

It's guaranteed that either Nomar Mazara or Joey Gallo are included in that deal, and the Rangers would probably attempt to get the Marlins to bite on Rougned Odor . After that, it would be an all-out assault on the Rangers' farm-system pitching beginning with Cole Ragans, Kyle Cody, Yohander Mendez , et. al. Assuming the Rangers could afford the contract, the player cost would be sizable.

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Below is a recap of each player's performance from the 12th edition of the Arizona Fall League's Fall Stars Game at Salt River Fields in Scottsdale, a 4-2 win for the East division.

Among the highly regarded players in this year's exhibition were 10 players on MLBPipeline.com's Top 100 Prospects list .

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Share This Email Print Rangers break ground on Texas Live! hotel Ground breaking recap 1:14 The Texas Rangers were proud to break ground on a new home Globe Life Field, in Arlington, Texas for the start of the 2020 season Closed Caption support for MLB.com videos can be found here » By T.R. Sullivan / MLB.com | @Sullivan_Ranger |

ARLINGTON -- There is a steel-framed structure rising up at the corner of Randol Mill Road and Nolan Ryan Expressway, and a sizable hole in the ground next to it. Across the expressway, on the south side of Randol Mill across from Globe Life Park, the pastoral tree-covered hill has completely disappeared in the excavation of the Rangers' new ballpark.

The sounds of construction were heard everywhere on a cold Wednesday morning as the Rangers joined together with their new business partners to officially break ground on a new luxury hotel scheduled to open in 2019.

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Share This Email Print Rangers have 3 Q's to answer in offseason Kela notches the save 0:23 Keone Kela gets Kyle Seager to fly out to center and picks up the save to secure the Rangers' 4-2 win over the Mariners Closed Caption support for MLB.com videos can be found here » By T.R. Sullivan / MLB.com | @Sullivan_Ranger |

ARLINGTON -- The offseason offers up many questions, but with the Rangers, it all comes back to Japanese pitcher Shohei Ohtani. No matter how many times the Rangers' offseason goals are analyzed, Ohtani's name floats to the surface immediately above all others.

Now that the World Series is over and clubs have offered up various field managers and coaches, it is time for Ohtani Watch to begin in earnest. First, he has to be posted by the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters. There also needs to be a clear understanding of the process and the protocol. Then the competition begins.

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Share This Email Print MLB's newest managers have ties to Rangers 4 of 5 recent hires spent part of playing career with Texas Kapler to manage Phillies 1:16 MLB.com reporter Richard Justice talks about the Phillies' decision to hire Gabe Kapler as the team's new manager Closed Caption support for MLB.com videos can be found here » By T.R. Sullivan / MLB.com | @Sullivan_Ranger |

ARLINGTON -- Former Rangers keep getting hired for the managerial positions that opened this offseason in Major League Baseball.

So far, four new hires have been candidates who played for the Rangers, even if only for a short period of time. Gabe Kapler, who the Phillies tapped as their manager, had the most time with the Rangers, as an outfielder in 2000-02. Mickey Callaway (Mets) pitched in 10 games for the Rangers in 2003-04, Dave Martinez (Nationals) played in 38 games for Texas in 1999 and Alex Cora (Red Sox) played in four games at the end of the 2010 season.

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Share This Email Print Lewis to rejoin Rangers as special assistant After returning from Japan in 2010, Colby Lewis was 65-57 with a 4.27 ERA for the Rangers.(Jason Miller/Getty) By T.R. Sullivan / MLB.com | @Sullivan_Ranger |

ARLINGTON -- The Rangers are working out an agreement with former pitcher Colby Lewis to rejoin the organization as a special assistant.

Lewis, who has never officially retired, would work in a similar capacity as former teammates Michael Young, Darren Oliver and Ivan Rodriguez as a special assistant to general manager Jon Daniels.

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