New T.R. Sullivan Inbox Column

SURPRISE, AZ - FEBRUARY 28: Alexi Ogando #41 of the Texas Rangers poses during spring training photo day on February 28, 2012 in Surprise, Arizona. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

T.R. Sullivan has a new Inbox column up, in which he talks about the Rangers' rotation for 2013 (he says moving Alexi Ogando back to the rotation should be the top priority), getting Jurickson Profar in the lineup next year (he's against an Elvis Andrus/Justin Upton swap), and the fatigue that is setting in for a team that has gone through two straight extended postseason runs...

Sullivan specifically mentions Ian Kinsler having to deal with ankle problems, Nelson Cruz having to deal with his leg problems, and Adrian Beltre being worn down, but in reading this, I come back to the same question I've had for a while now...

Namely, why aren't some of these guys getting days off more often?

In any case, the whole thing is worth a read, and there's even a question from a "Pearl P." in Hideaway, Texas, who I'm betting was a big fan of cookie talk.

Check it out...

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