Thursday a.m. Rangers stuff

That could have gone better.

Jeff Wilson's game story talks about the Rangers disappointing in Game 1.

Cliff Lee says he couldn't locate his pitches last night.

Evan Grant writes that, despite a very poor game in the field, Vladimir Guerrero will be back in right field again today.

This just doesn't make sense.  He's not hitting, and he can't field.  David Murphy is the better option right now both with the bat and with the glove. 

Grant also takes the Ranger offense, and in particular, Ian Kinsler, to task for a poor approach early in yesterday's game.

Richard Durrett has his thoughts on yesterday's loss.

Anthony Andro writes that the Ranger hitters are confident they can bounce back today.

Gerry Fraley says yesterday's game highlighted the defensive liabilities at third base and right field that the Rangers have with this alignment.

The S-T's notes talk about Mark Lowe's playoff debut and Cliff Lee's double.

Kevin Sherrington wonders whether the Rangers can recover after seeing Cliff Lee get knocked around.

Jeff Caplan writes about C.J. Wilson starting today while trying to keep the Rangers from going down 2-0.

Chuck Greenberg talks state of the Rangers with Maury Brown.

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