Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

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There isn't much to say about last night's game. So, with that in mind, here are several links where things are said about last night's game:

Richard Durrett Reacted Rapidly to the Rangers' 4-0 defeat at the hands of the Oakland A's. You know it's a bad game when the rookie long reliever is your best player.

MLB.com's Dave Sessions recaps Yu Darvish's latest un-Yu-Like outing against the A's.

Drew Davison is sure to note that it didn't even matter much as the Rangers brought their Yu Darvish offense to a Yu Darvish Oakland contest.

Durrett writes that the A's were all wearing #11 on their jerseys last night because they have Darvish's number.

Patrick Despain remarks on the only bright spot from last night's game which was the continued emergence of Leonys Martin.

Anthony Andro updates Derek Holland's status as Holland was in town to do strengthening drills on his rehabbing knee with the big league team.

Sessions handles the Notebook and writes about Prince Fielder's disappointing first month as a Ranger, Holland's timeline, Shin-Soo Choo's anticipated return in the starting lineup, and other items.

Davison's notes cover Choo's status, a bushel of injury updates, and thoughts from Craig Gentry on his return to Arlington, among other notes.

Gerry Fraley blogs about Martin Perez trying for his third consecutive shutout tonight which would equal Charlie Hough as the only Ranger to accomplish the feat.

Lastly, Jane Lee previews tonight's game between Perez and Scott Kazmir in the middle game of this three game series between the Rangers and A's.

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