Sunday a.m. Rangers things

ARLINGTON, TX - MAY 12: Ron Washington #38, manager of the Texas Rangers argues a call with 1st base umpire Dan Belino after Elvis Andus was called out at by 1st baseman Mark Trumbo #44 of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on May 12, 2012 in Arlington, Texas. The Angels won 4-2. (Photo by Layne Murdoch/Getty Images)

Happy Mother's Day.

Jeff Wilson's game story focuses on the Angels being able to capitalize on their opportunities yesterday.

Anthony Andro writes in his game story that small ball did the Rangers in yesterday.

Richard Durrett has his "Rapid Reaction" at the ESPN Dallas blog.

Behind the paywall, Gerry Fraley talks about Alexi Ogando finally giving up a hit to a righthanded hitter.

Also behind the paywall, Tim Cowlishaw has a column about C.J. Wilson winning in the second game he started this series.

Gil Lebreton has a column about Wilson's weekend, and the reaction Wilson has gotten from the fans.

Wilson has a story about Chris Davis taking what he learned about winning while with the Rangers and utilizing that in Baltimore.

The S-T has an item about the Rangers having to deal with a lack of sleep the last couple of days.

Andro's notes talk about Derek Holland's day off, Adrian Beltre getting back into the field, and Yorvit Torrealba.

The S-T's notes also talk about Holland, Beltre, and Torrealba.

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