Sunday morning Rangers stuff

Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Sunday morning Rangers news and links

Its Yu Day, everybody!

Drew Davison's game story talks about the Rangers being blown out for the second game in a row, and talks about the impact the lengthy road trip, and multiple day games, may be having.

T.R. Sullivan's game story talks about Nick Tepesch's short outing putting the Rangers in a hole early.

Evan Grant has a game report on the 10-2 loss to the Nats.

Grant writes that the Rangers have survived their "crazy" month of May, and are still hanging in there despite all the injuries.

Davison has a story on minor league pitcher Chad Bell, who is pitching again in the minors after missing all of 2013 after undergoing Tommy John surgery.

Dave Magadan has some comments on the Rangers' lack of home runs lately.

Grant has a piece on how applying a theory on "super-relievers" from the Sloan Analytics Conference could work for the Rangers.

The S-T's notes talk about closing the book on May, Daniel Bard and Nate Adcock being close to joining a minor league team, and the catching situation.

Sullivan's notes talk about the catching situation, Colby Lewis hitting, Michael Choice, and a spate of righthanders coming up.

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