Sunday a.m. Rangers stuff

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Sunday morning Rangers news and links

Good morning, everyone.

Jeff Wilson's game story talks about "unusual suspects" -- Craig Gentry, Leury Garcia and Joe Ortiz -- leading the way to the Rangers' 3-1 win over Seattle.

T.R. Sullivan's game story celebrates the contributions of Garcia in his first ever major league start.

Todd Wills has his "Rapid Reaction" at the ESPN Dallas blog.

Evan Grant has his game report at the DMN Rangers blog.

Randy Galloway has a column on Nolan Ryan staying with the Rangers, which includes quotes from Ryan and Bob Simpson about what Ryan's role is going to be going forward.

Evan Grant says that Ron Washington needs to stop having Elvis Andrus bunt. Yes, you read that right...Grant has joined us on the anti-Elvis-bunting dark side.

Drew Davison has a story about Neil Ramirez trying to get himself back on the prospect map after a disastrous 2012 season.

The S-T's notes talk about Yu Darvish's next start being pushed back, Nick Tepesch making his second major league start, and Ron Washington insisting he isn't going to platoon Mitch Moreland.

Sullivan's notes talk about Garcia's first start, trading Julio Borbon, pushing Darvish back, and missing Felix Hernandez and Scott Feldman next week.

And finally, here's something from Buster Olney:

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