Good morning, everybody.
Ho hum, another shutout by the Rangers pitching staff. That's 13 on the season. The Rangers have yet to have a game where they've allowed just one run, though.
Jeff Wilson's game story talks about the unlikelihood of the Rangers beating Felix Hernandez with Nick Tepesch starting.
T.R. Sullivan's game story talks about the Rangers beating Felix, again, and pitching a shutout, again.
Gerry Fraley writes that yesterday's game starts a road trip that could "doom" the Rangers' season.
Wilson writes about Mike Maddux getting to work with a makeshift pitching staff.
Richard Durrett asks, who should lead off for the Rangers? The correct answer probably isn't Michael Choice, who is currently hitting leadoff...
Mac Engel has a column where he talks about curses, with Jon Daniels saying he doesn't believe in them.
Sullivan's notes talk about Alex Rios and Adrian Beltre hitting, Mitch Moreland weighing his options, the Rangers facing a lot of lefties in the coming days, and Yu Darvish.