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Tuesday a.m. Rangers things

Josh Hamilton was in the lineup yesterday, and had a successful spring debut, going 2 for 3.  He also had some comments about his struggles last year, and how the injuries impacted his approach:

"Last year, I was probably too aggressive and wanted to do too much and gave a lot of at-bats away because of my injuries and wanting to make up time," Hamilton said. "I really want to focus on, especially in spring, going deep in the counts and making pitchers work for it. The pitcher will make a mistake, but if I don't give him enough opportunities to make a mistake, he's not."

Evan Grant has some notes from yesterday's game, and the S-T has some notes from the B game, where Tanner Scheppers continued to impress.

Anthony Andro writes that the Thoracic Outlet Syndrome surgery Matt Harrison underwent last year resulted in added velocity on his fastball, with Harrison touching 97 now.  I'd like to see what Will Carroll has to say about this...

Jeff Wilson has a story on Vladimir Guerrero.

Randy Galloway says that the Angels are still the team to beat.