Detroit Free Press "The playoffs were still going on — the Tigers had been eliminated the previous week, in three-and-out fashion — but the media and fans wanted answers. When Tigers president and general manager Dave Dombrowski held his end-of-the-season news conference Oct. 14, he listed his off-season..." October 30
Detroit News "In coffee shops, at your cubicle, in chance meetings at grocery stores, in countless gab fests on your cell phone, today’s merry Metro Detroit and state of Michigan topic should have been J.D. Martinez’s gallant ninth-inning home run Tuesday that sent the playoff-closing Tigers to an indelible..." September 18
Dallas Morning News "In a story that could only happen to the 2014 woebegone Rangers, on Wednesday they lost a game to the grounds crew and got a head start on next year. Just as umpires were trying to rush the ineffective New York Yankees grounds crew into action as a hard shower hit in the fifth inning, Rangers..." July 24
SB Nation "The Tigers have acquired closer Joakim Soria from the Rangers in exchange for right-handed pitching prospects Jake Thompson and Corey Knebel, Detroit announced on Wednesday night. The deal was first reported by Kyle Bogenschutz of Scout.com and Jon Morosi of FOXSports.com. Soria will likely..." July 24
Tigers are having ongoing discussions with the Rangers about reliever Joakim Soria, sources say. @FOXSports1
Fox Sports Southwest "Joakim Soria is back with the Texas Rangers after completing a perfect rehab assignment. When the Rangers activate the right-hander remains to be seen, although that time figures to be coming soon. "We haven't really discussed when we're going to bring him back but I think it will be..." July 06
Joakim Soria slated to start a rehab assignment Thursday for Double A Frisco.
Rangers Joakim Soria felt good during his live BP session today. Hopes to start a rehab assignment as early as Thursday.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Every player believes spring training is too long. It’s monotonous and boring and has a Groundhog Day feel to it over six weeks. Extended spring training is a continuation of that, which explains why Joakim Soria couldn’t wait to drive to a ballpark somewhere other than the Surprise Recreation..." May 29
Ex-Royals closer Joakim Soria has setback at Texas in recovery from TJ surgery. Out 2-3 weeks with strain pectoral muscle. Return now July.
Joakim Soria has a strained pectoral muscle. No throwing for two or three weeks. #Rangers debut now targeted for July 1.
ESPN.com "Texas Rangers reliever Joakim Soria, a two-time All-Star closer with the Kansas City Royals, threw off a mound for the first time since undergoing Tommy John surgery last April. Soria, 28, made 15 pitches on Monday off a mound in Surprise and felt fine. Assuming he arrives at the park on..." February 11