Thursday morning Rangers stuff

September 05, 2012; Kansas City, MO, USA; Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre (29) is congratulated by team mates in the dugout after he scored in the seventh inning of the game against the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium. The Rangers won 7-6. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-US PRESSWIRE

The Rangers won, although apparently it got kind of exciting after I went to bed. Still, a win is a win...

Jeff Wilson calls the Royals "pesky" in his game story, after Kansas City scored runs off of Alexi Ogando, Mike Adams and Joe Nathan to make what was a comfortable Rangers lead into a slim final margin.

T.R. Sullivan says Adrian Beltre is on fire in his game story.

Robert Falkoff has a "Rapid Reaction" at the ESPN Dallas blog.

Evan Grant writes that the Rangers are considering giving Matt Harrison, who has struggled in his last couple of outings, some extra rest.

The S-T's notes talk about Scott Feldman wanting to avoid his sixth straight loss, Mike Napoli having a good day with his strained right quad yesterday, and Robbie Ross getting his arm checked by Dr. Meister.

Sullivan's notes hit on Ross and Napoli, the Rangers' farm teams starting postseason play, and the signing of Juremi Profar.

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