Wednesday a.m. Rangers things

Mar 6, 2012; Salt River Pima-Maricopa, AZ, USA; Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington (38) in the dugout during the sixth inning against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-US PRESSWIRE

The Rangers thumped the D-Backs, 16-3, yesterday in Cactus League action. Its just spring training, but you'd still rather see the team playing well and winning...

Jeff Wilson has a summary of yesterday's game.

Evan Grant has his game report up at the DMN blog.

Richard Durrett has his notes from the game, including talking about Mike Napoli testing his recovering ankle by sliding.

Grant says Ron Washington is impressed by young lefties Robbie Ross and Martin Perez, though neither is likely to make the team out of training camp.

Randy Galloway has a column about how Yu Darvish has immediately come in and fit in with the Rangers, with his teammates and coaches raving about him.

Behind the paywall, Grant has a story on Nelson Cruz.

Wilson writes about Matt Harrison foregoing his chewing tobacco.

The S-T looks at what is on Michael Young's iPod.

Wilson's notes talk about Robbie Ross and Martin Perez, Yu Darvish pitching today, and Yoshinori Tateyama working on a cutter.

The Rangers' website notes talk about Leonys Martin, Darvish, Matt Harrison's new strategy, and Martin Perez adding a two-seamer.

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