Thursday a.m. Rangers things

6-0.  Sweeps of Boston and Seattle, two teams that are polar opposites on the expected performance scale.  An off day today, then Baltimore for the weekend.

Jeff Wilson writes that the infield defense was the star of the show yesterday, helping C.J. Wilson, who wasn't as sharp as he has been in the past, pick up the victory.

Todd Wills, in his game story, indicates that Wilson was pitching with "no energy" yesterday.

Richard Durrett has his post-game reactions to the game.

The notes on the Ranger website includes talk about Michael Young as first baseman and the performance of the catchers so far.

Jennifer Floyd Engel says that it is very hard to find a negative with the Rangers right now.

The S-T has a piece on Dr. Keith Meister, the Rangers' team physician, and what his role with the Rangers is.

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