Thursday Morning Links

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Miles Mikolas started and did fine. But, as per usual for the 2014 Rangers, everyone not named Miles Mikolas is awful.

Miles Mikolas started and did fine.  But, as per usual for the 2014 Rangers, everyone not named Miles Mikolas is awful.

T.R. Sullivan recaps the game, with the customary post-game mortification of the flesh being administered by Jason Frasor.  "It was a bad day," he said, "I made it hard on Neal."

Leonys Martin robbed Nelson Cruz of a homer Wednesday night, which proved to be one of the few limp wristed punches landed by the Rangers in yet another beatdown.

Sullivan's notes column discusses Sundberg stepping down from his post as senior executive vice president so he can spend more time being folksy and what Carlos Pena does with his off days.

Evan Grant takes a look at how historically bad the Ranger 3 hole hitters have been this year, posting a combined .583 OPS on the season.

Grant also recapped the game.

Dave Schoenfield looks at the trade scenarios for the AL West.

Michael Choice is trying to break out of his slump.

Rain in Baltimore and New York may mean that Yu Darvish pitches in the All Star game after all.

Finally, scientists have discovered your off switch, Deep inside your brain.  That they can access with an electrical probe, presumably after drilling a hole in your head.  So they probably can't do it in stealth mode.

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