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Sunday morning Rangers news and links
The S-T's game story on yesterday's win talks about Matt Harrison bouncing back from a poor first outing to pitch well against the Diamondbacks.
The game story at the Rangers' website praises the work of Harrison and Lance Berkman.
ESPN Dallas has their Rapid Reaction at their Rangers blog. Gerry Fraley has his game report at the DMN Rangers blog.
Gil Lebreton has a column about the front office promotions that were announced on Friday, and like Randy Galloway, he thinks this could be a precursor to a Ryan exit. Lebreton says that he thinks Ryan is considering leaving, that Ryan not being willing to comment on this to Galloway was telling, and that Ryan's decision to bring in Tim Purpura from the outside -- rather than promoting from within -- last offseason may have ruffled some feathers in the front office.
Jeff Wilson writes that there are some in the Ranger organization who still want to sign Kyle Lohse, believing that the Rangers can use the starting pitching depth and that it is worth losing a first round draft pick to land him.
Gerry Fraley writes that Elvis Andrus is going to keep playing as much as possible until his legs can't take it anymore.
Drew Davison has a piece that includes a Q&A with Colby Lewis about cars and an injury report, giving the status of all the injured Rangers.
The Rangers' website notes talk about Craig Gentry coming off a career year, Nelson Cruz's health scare, Engel Beltre playing in the WBC, and Ron Washington focusing on fundamentals.