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Crawling out from the wreckage of a three game sweep in New York...

Jeff Wilson's game story talks about Rich Harden's early season struggles, with Harden having twice failed to go four innings in three starts thusfar.

T.R. Sullivan's game story has a quote from Michael Young saying that the Rangers got beat in every facet of the game yesterday.  Can't really argue with that...

Evan Grant's post game notes are here.  Richard Durrett's are here

The catching situation is still a problem, but Grant says the Rangers can't do much right now but wait for Jarrod Saltalamacchia to get healthy.

The S-T's notes include the news that Elvis Andrus will be leading off in the immediate future, and that the Rangers have decided to leave the rotation order intact for now, which means that Matt Harrison and C.J. Wilson pitch back-to-back.

In the aftermath of the 20 inning Cardinals/Mets game, that saw a couple of positional players take the mound, Jeff Wilson writes that Ron Washington would not want to have to use a positional player to pitch.

And Brett Perryman highlights a few Rangers' prospects' performances after week 2...