DETROIT, MI - APRIL 21: Craig Gentry #23 of the Texas Rangers calls time out after stealing second base in the seventh inning behind the glove of Brandon Inge #15 of the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park on April 21, 2012 in Detroit, Michigan. Detroit won the game 3-2. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
Texas looks to finish up the series, and the roadtrip, today at noon, after splitting the doubleheader yesterday against the Tigers.
Jeff Wilson's game(s) story looks at the win and the loss, along with the Adrian Beltre injury that cast a shadow over the Game 1 victory.
T.R. Sullivan's games stories talk about the Rangers' big inning being the difference in Game 1, and Neftali Feliz's one bad inning being the difference in Game 2.
Richard Durrett recaps yesterday's games at the ESPN Dallas blog.
Gerry Fraley has thoughts from Game 1 and Game 2.
Randy Galloway has a column on Pudge Rodriguez, who he says is probably the most popular player ever to play for the Rangers.
Tim Cowlishaw also has a column on Pudge.
Drew Davison has a piece on the hot start of Frisco starters Justin Grimm and Barret Loux.
The S-T's notes talk about Matt Harrison, Ron Washington defending Koji Uehara, and the Rangers' propensity for the big inning.
Sullivan's notes talk about Ron Washington having to deal with the complications a day/night doubleheader present and the Beltre injury.
Durrett's notes from this morning talk about Adrian Beltre getting an MRI on his hamstring on Monday, Michael Young passing Rusty Greer for the highest batting average in Ranger history, and Scott Feldman likely starting on Wednesday.