Three walk-offs in one night (0:38)
Moreland smashes walk-off HR into the upper deck (0:28)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Big win for the Rangers as Mitch Moreland as launches the walk-off home run to right field. Key move: Jeff Banister leaves Matt Bush in for the final two innings rather than going to another reliever in the ninth. Look for the Rangers to make a couple moves the next two days while the Royals are looking like sellers.

Michael Young does not like you, clown! (0:21)
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Odor: 'Busco mi pitcheo en la zona de strike'

El venezolano conversó con ESPN Deportes sobre su explosión ofensiva de las últimas semanas. Vídeo

Jean-Jacques Taylor ESPN Staff Writer 

Mayor Mike Rawlings and Police Chief David Brown spoke about their message to the Cowboys. "As I reminded the team today, they'll always be the Cowboys, but this year, play for Dallas like they've never played before."

Jean-Jacques Taylor ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's the decal the Cowboys will wear this season honoring the officers who were slain by a Dallas sniper earlier this month. The decal is symbolic of the Cowboys message of unity in the community, among fellow citizens, among Americans and he police officers who protect them.

Jean-Jacques Taylor ESPN Staff Writer 

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, Police Chief David Brown and four of the five families representing the Dallas and Dallas Area Rapid Transit officers slain by a sniper earlier this month participated in a brief ceremony before the Cowboys' practice Saturday afternoon. After the ceremony, Chief Brown and Mayor Rawlings each addressed the team. "I'm a Dallas Cowboys fan. I'm a three-generation Dallasite, so it means a lot," Brown said. "It's overwhelming for me and the families, who are all Cowboys fans. This is special and we'll never forget the Cowboys' organization stepping up in our time of grief."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Gene Jones, the wife of Cowboys owner and GM Jerry Jones, speaks with Magnus Ahrens, the son of slain Dallas police officer Lorne Ahrens during practice.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys are wearing a decal on the back of their helmets that says "Arm in Arm" as part of the unity between police and the community.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys are walking out arm in arm to Saturday's practice with members of Dallas law enforcement, including police chief David Brown and mayor Mike Rawlings a sign of solidarity in reaction to the recent shootings in Dallas that killed five officers and injured seven more.

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Crece poder de Odor con los Vigilantes

El venezolano conectó dos cuadrangulares este viernes por la noches para encabear la victoria de Texas ante Kansas City. Leer

Lineup: Rangers (60-44) vs. Royals (49-53)

  • 1. Jurickson Profar, LF (S)
  • 2. Nomar Mazara, RF (L)
  • 3. Ian Desmond, CF (R)
  • 4. Adrian Beltre, 3B (R)
  • 5. Rougned Odor, 2B (L)
  • 6. Mitch Moreland, 1B (L)
  • 7. Elvis Andrus, SS (R)
  • 8. Joey Gallo, DH (L)
  • 9. Bobby Wilson, C (R)
  • SP: Martin Perez, LHP
Daily notes

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Over the next two days the Cowboys will have their offense and defense work on separate fields so players can get a accustomed football again before the pads come on. Here's Jason Garrett: "Well I believe this from the bottom of my heart: football is as safe as it's ever been. And our league has done an amazing job putting safety first and there's so many different things they've done to that end. Obviously rules changes, equipment changes and just how we operate on a day to day basis. I think they've made our game better. One of the things that's happened is we practice less. We don't practice as much in the gear that we play the games in as we used to. But at the end of the day this is how we do it and we have to make it, we have to make the best of it and help take full advantage of this opportunity that we do in fact have. That's really our approach to it. We don't think oftentimes about the good old days. That really doesn't do anybody any good. We focus on what the rules are now and we create the best environment for our players and our team."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

To fill the roster spots created when Rolando McClain and Randy Gregory were put on the reserve/did not report list the Cowboys signed linebackers Darius Eubanks and Henoc Muamba. They worked out for the team today. Eubanks spent part of last season with the Cowboys.

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Young será inmortal con Vigilantes

Michael Young, que encabezó la época más brillante del equipo cuando llegaron a las Series Mundiales del 2010 y 2011, será inducido al Salón de la Fama de Texas. Leer

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Texas WR Ryan Newsome announced today that he's transferring to Arizona State. The former ESPN 300 recruit will be reuniting with assistant Jay Norvell, who recruited Newsome to Texas a year ago. The speedy receiver/returner will have three seasons of eligibility with the Sun Devils starting in 2017.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

As the Cowboys take part in walkthrough, Lance Dunbar (knee), Darren McFadden (elbow) are running off to side. Jaylon Smith (knee) going through resistance training.