Sunday morning Rangers things

The offseason.

Jeff Wilson writes that the numbness is starting to wear off for the players who, Thursday night, thought they were about to claim the franchise's first championship.

The Rangers have asked the City of Arlington to not have a public celebration, unlike last year, when there was a post-World Series celebration.

Gil Lebreton writes that Game 7 of the 2011 World Series looked a lot like Game 5 of the 2010 World Series, a game where it seems like the players had mentally checked out already.

Richard Durrett looks at the incredible postseason of Mike Napoli.

Behind the paywall, Evan Grant writes that the Rangers face key questions this offseason.

T.R. Sullivan looks at eight key items for the Rangers in 2012.

Darren Oliver isn't sure what he wants to do for 2012.

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