Ragsdale having success from down under

HICKORY, N.C. - The Texas Rangers converted Corey Ragsdale into a pitcher late last year, and they made him a sidearmer during Extended Spring Training this season. Lone Star Dugout updates the hurler, who is currently with the Single-A Hickory Crawdads.
July 30, 2009

Ragsdale thankful for second chance

The Texas Rangers elected to convert Corey Ragsdale into a relief pitcher earlier in the week. The 25-year-old had been playing a utility role with Double-A Frisco, where he was hitting .217. Lone Star Dugout caught up with Ragsdale for a Q&A session on Friday afternoon.
August 2, 2008

Minor League Roundup - 6/13

The Dominican Summer League doesn't get much press, but the Rangers' clubs got excellent starting pitching on Friday morning. Lone Star Dugout takes a look at all of the day's minor league action.
June 16, 2008

Minor League Roundup - 5/5

With only one team in the system earning a victory, Monday was not the most exciting day down on the Rangers' farm. Lone Star Dugout takes a look at all of the day's minor league action.
May 6, 2008

Ragsdale back in the field

Corey Ragsdale split his time between shortstop and the pitcher's mound last season as a member of the Mets organization. Now with the Rangers, the 25-year-old is back in the field with Double-A Frisco. Lone Star Dugout has a Q&A feature with the former second round pick.
April 18, 2008

Kiger Works His Way Back

The Binghamton second baseman was called up during the 2006 postseason for a short stint with the Oakland Athletics. After signing with the Mets, he restarts his journey back to the top. He sat down with Inside Pitch for a revealing story about what he has been through.
May 8, 2007