Friday morning Rangers stuff

Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Friday morning Rangers news and links

Everyone fired up about the Rangers this morning?

No?

Yeah...me neither...

Anthony Andro's game story talks about Colby Lewis setting a Ranger record by allowing 13 runs yesterday.

T.R. Sullivan's game story talks about the awfulness and ugliness of yesterday's loss.

Stefan Stevenson's game story hits those same notes.

Randy Jennings has a Rapid Reaction to yesterday's loss.  Gerry Fraley also had a post-game summary of the disaster.

Wash held a post-game meeting in the clubhouse after yesterday's game.

Colby Lewis said that Wash, in that meeting, was "pissed."

The Rangers had their 2nd position player of the season pitch yesterday, with Chris Gimenez throwing the 9th.

Prince Fielder talked to the press before yesterday's game, with Fielder saying he doesn't want to rush things, and just wants his body to heal so he'll be ready to go in 2015.

Fielder says he's trying to enjoy having more time with his family than he usually does in the summer.

Fraley writes that Fielder thinks he can be his old self next year, once he's healthy.

Tonight's game is "Korean-American Heritage Night," and the DMN has a story about Shin-Soo Choo being a key rallying point for the D/FW Korean community.

Fraley writes that Choo's sprained ankle has hampered him since injuring it in April, and it won't be 100% again until next year.

T.R. Sullivan's notes talk about the Rangers doing bunt drills, roster moves, Derek Holland's status, and Robbie Ross's command issues in AAA.

The S-T's notes talk about Fielder, Matt West, Yu Darvish NOT starting on Sunday, Robbie Ross, and Geovany Soto.

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