Tuesday morning Rangers news

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The morning Rangers links on September 25

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T.R. Sullivan's game story sings the praises of Adrian Beltre, who is playing through pain, but still came through with the game-tying home run and the walk-off single.

Jeff Wilson's game story talks about Adrian Beltre coming through for the Rangers once again.

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

Derek Holland said after the game that he wasn't hitting his spots or executing his pitches.

Evan Grant responds to a variety of tweets from last night's game.

Gil Lebreton has a column on the battle between the A's and the Rangers.

Tim Cowlishaw has a column on the latest physical issue Josh Hamilton is returning from.

The S-T's notes talk about Josh Hamilton cutting back on his caffeine, Mike Olt swinging the bat, and Tanner Scheppers' knee.

Sullivan's notes hit on the Rangers not stealing as many bases as usual, Olt trying to get healthy to get himself in the mix for a postseason roster spot, the bullpen getting fully healthy, and the Josh Hamilton situation.

Nelson Cruz is doing something to help his home town.

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