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First of all, if you haven't already, check out my post late late last night, talking about the Bob Nightengale article on Cliff Lee, with some revealing comments from his wife about her experience in New York and feelings about playing in Texas.  It is encouraging.

T.R. Sullivan has a story on Josh Hamilton's health, with Hamilton saying he's almost back to full strength, with his knee having benefited from the three weeks off he had to take in September to deal with his rib and back issues.

Anthony Andro's notes looks at the Rangers rotation for the World Series, and Ron Washington's game plan with Vladimir Guerrero for Game 1 and Game 2.

Jeff Caplan writes that the Rangers have made it this far on the strength of their rotation.

Jeff Wilson has a story about Bengie Molina facing his former team in the World Series, and the information he can provide regarding the Giants' pitchers.

Jim Reeves writes that the Rangers have a chance to put to bed the "Texas Strangers" legacy of this franchise.

The Rangers starters are looking forward to hitting while playing in San Francisco.

The DMN has a slideshow up that compares the Rangers and Giants, position by position.

Tom Singer compares Cliff Lee's 2010 playoff performance to Orel Hershiser's 1988 performance.

The DMN columnists make their World Series predictions, and they are all picking the Rangers.