Rangers Spring Training 2012, Cactus League Schedule: Rangers Hit Las Vegas

The Rangers resume their Cactus League schedule with a pair of split-squad games this weekend.

On Saturday, one squad of Rangers will host the Arizona Diamondbacks in Surprise, Az. in a game that will begin at 3:05 p.m. The other squad will travel to Las Vegas to play the Chicago Cubs in a game that will also start at 3:05 p.m.

On Sunday, the Rangers will finish off their split-squad series against the Cubs in Las Vegas at 3:05 p.m. At the same time, the second squad will travel to Phoenix to play the Brewers.

Both games against the Cubs can be seen on Fox Sports Southwest, MLB.TV and KSEN 103.3 on radio. The Rangers will send 20 position players and 13 pitchers to Las Vegas for the weekend series with the Cubs, who have played a spring training series there in each of the last eight springs. Derek Holland and Matt Harrison will pitch in the series against the Cubs, while Scott Feldman and Robbie Ross will pitch in Arizona on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.

For more on the Rangers, visit Lone Star Ball. For the latest news from around MLB, check out Baseball Nation.

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