Happy Friday, everyone.
Evan Grant writes that there have been three moments here lately that helped turn the Rangers' season around, and have catapulted them into a tie for first after having been six games back.
Drew Davison has a story on Neftali Feliz's battle to come back from Tommy John surgery, as well as Feliz's efforts to silence those who question his #want.
Todd Wills has a story on yesterday's Round Rock game, where both Feliz and Michael Kirkman pitched. Feliz wasn't great, and Kirkman was awful.
Former Giant and Cardinal first baseman Jack Clark alleges that Albert Pujols used PEDs, and says that Pujols' former trainer admitted it to Clark. That's, uh, kind of a bombshell.
Zack Meisel has a story on Neal Cotts, and his return to the major leagues after dealing with injuries.
Lyle Spencer has a column on the job Ron Washington has done this season as the Rangers manager, keeping the team in the race despite losing several key players in the offseason and dealing with a lot of injuries during the season.
The S-T's notes talk about the Rangers claiming Alex Rios on waivers and losing Adam Rosales to Oakland.