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Christopher Fittz was born and raised in the gambling haven of Northwest Louisiana in a house that was paved over and became a casino parking lot. In Northwest Louisiana, the Dallas area teams are the home team. Now aged 27, he resides in Oakland, CA where he masquerades as a comedy writer who happens to write for Lone Star Ball and SB Nation Dallas. He finds a lot of humor in sports. He isn't a virgin. Email him at apoplecticfittz@gmail.com

Why Letting Rhadigan Go Was The Right Move

The John Rhadigan hiring and now firing saga has been an usual story of how the nice guy finishes last when he is put in a position to fail.

What The Rangers Learned In Detroit

The Rangers lost a series, the league's MVP and confidence in Mark Lowe, but they did not lose their swagger.

What The Rangers Learned Against Seattle

The Rangers have begun their 2011 campaign with their best record since 1996. The 6-0 homestand has the Rangers up three games in the AL West already and serves notice to the American League that the Rangers are a force to be reckoned with.

What The Rangers Learned Against Boston

A look back at the Opening Weekend series with the Boston Red Sox vs. Texas Rangers.

A Blasphemer's Look At Michael Young

Perhaps someone can enlighten me on just why it is that Michael Young is so revered that his absence is more important to a fan of the team than the team itself.

Surreality: In Memoriam

2010 had its final page closed as we open the book on 2011. What does that mean for you, the Texas Rangers fan? It is a time to reflect one last time before turning those eyes fully toward the future.

The Texas Rangers Win The American League Pennant

The Rangers have secured their place in the minds of every baseball fan and in the hearts of Rangers fans everywhere.

The Final Out

Myrtle Beach To Serve As Rangers High A Affiliate

What We Learned Against Detroit

The Rangers finished off their non-AL West schedule for 2010 with an impressive seven game winning streak. Including a two-game sweep of the Tigers and 5-0 homestand.

Photographs by jamesbrandon, jdtornow, phlezk, flygraphix, mcdlttx, tomasland, and literalbarrage used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.