Thursday a.m. Rangers things

Mar. 7, 2012; Peoria, AZ, USA; Texas Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish pitches in the first inning against the San Diego Padres at Peoria Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE

Lots of Yu Darvish stuff this morning...

Jeff Wilson has a story on Yu Darvish's outing yesterday, with Darvish saying that the Will Venable double to dead center didn't seem to be hit "squarely."

Randy Galloway has a column focusing almost entirely on Darvish's comment that Venable didn't square up on the double.

Richard Durrett has a pitch-by-pitch breakdown of Darvish's outing, along with his thoughts and some quotes from the clubhouse.

Gerry Fraley has a game report from yesterday at the DMN blog.

Evan Grant has a piece behind the paywall on Darvish's debut.

Richard Justice has a column at mlb.com about Darvish, and how he has the poise of a veteran.

Richard Durrett writes that Joe Nathan is ready for his spring debut.

Wilson's notes include stuff on Brad Hawpe making his spring debut today, Joe Nathan's lack of spring velocity, and the other catchers in camp besides Mike Napoli and Yorvit Torrealba.

The S-T talks to strength coach Jose Vazquez.

The Rangers' website notes include stuff on Elvis Andrus, Mike Olt, Brad Hawpe, and Joe Beimel.

Durrett has his "Surprise Six."

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