Wednesday morning things

Solid start for Scott Feldman yesterday, who has followed up a bad spring debut with a couple of good outings.  Feldman said his breaking ball wasn't sharp, but he worked on it some in the pen afterwards and got it going again.  Luis Mendoza, meanwhile, ended up leaving the game with a blister that developed and started bleeding during his outing.

Evan Grant writes that Feldman is the latest Ranger pitcher to start working on a slider, with Feldman believing that, with his new arm angle, his curve has lost some effectiveness.

Gil LeBreton has a column on Thomas Diamond and his work this spring to get himself  back into the Rangers plans.

Jeff Wilson takes a look at the non-roster veterans who have been invited to camp this spring, noting that they have more combined All Star Game appearances than the guys on the Rangers 40 man roster.

 

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