Monday Morning Texas Rangers Update

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Good morning. It was nice to see the Rangers bounce back from that terrible series against the A's with a road series win against the Angels. The birds are chirping and the sun is shining when the Rangers are scoring 14 runs, also.

T.R. Sullivan recaps the Rangers' 14-3 undressing of the Anaheim Angels.

Jeff Wilson's game recap covers the Rangers getting big hits from struggling hitters to help them put a season high 14 runs on the board.

Evan Grant writes that even though the Rangers won by 11 runs, the game yesterday came down to Yu Darvish making a great play in the 2nd inning on a force out at third base before cruising for the rest of his outing.

MLB.com's Lyle Spencer checks in on Prince Fielder a month into his marriage with the Rangers. It hasn't gone as planned so far but Fielder and the Rangers see light at the end of the tunnel. It certainly helps that Fielder backed that up with some of the hardest hit balls he's produced this season yesterday.

EG has quotes from JD on Alexi Ogando's league-leading appearance heavy load out of the 'pen so far and how his usage isn't sustainable going forward.

Sullivan's Notebook covers the Rangers keeping an eye on Kendrys Morales, Elvis Andrus' lineup demotion, and the cautious approach the Rangers are taking with Derek Holland and Jurickson Profar, among other items.

Wilson has notes on Elvis' new spot in the lineup, Martin Perez tackling a daunting Coors Field, and miscellaneous news.

MLB.com's Thomas Harding previews tonight's contest between the Colorado Rockies and Texas Rangers. This will be the Rangers first game in Colorado since 2006.

Lastly:

MiniDarvish is everywhere!

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