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Tuesday morning Rangers stuff

So there was some baseball yesterday, even if it was just of the intrasquad variety...

You can read T.R. Sullivan's notes from the game here, Evan Grant's observations here, and the box score here.

There's an intrasquad game again today, but that's scheduled to go only 4 or 5 innings.

Josh Hamilton sat out yesterday with a sore shoulder, and won't play before Friday at the earliest.

Jeff Wilson has a story up about Nelson Cruz, who says he doesn't have time for much of anything except baseball.

Jarrod Saltalamacchia caught four innings yesterday, and didn't have a problem throwing to second base, although there were apparently some issues with throwing the ball back to C.J. Wilson in the first, that led to a talk with Scott Servais.

T.R. Sullivan writes that the Rangers are looking at some outside options for the utility infielder job, including Julio Lugo, and that the Rangers "need" a righthanded hitter who can play first base and third base, with Mike Lowell still a possibility.

Richard Durrett has a look at the Rangers' late inning relievers as part of his positional review.