A 4-2 roadtrip is a 4-2 roadtrip, and regardless of who you are playing, that has to be considered a success, but there's still some disappointment that the Rangers didn't grab one of those final two games in Oakland, both of which were winnable.
Jeff Wilson's game story says that Trevor Cahill has been a Ranger-killer, having success against Texas while struggling against virtually everyone else. Evan Grant has his post-game notes up here, and Richard Durrett has post-game thoughts up here.
Grant has a story up about how, despite all the recent changes, the Rangers are still a sub-par offensive team.
Durrett has some bullet points of things to be looking for in this four game set against Kansas City.
Ron Washington says he should have had Julio Borbon bunt, instead of swing away, on Tuesday. I still don't think having Borbon swing was the right move, but I'm also tired of arguing about it, so I'm not going to say anything more about it.
The S-T notes say that Jarrod Saltalamacchia will not be back on Friday, as the Rangers want him to spend more time in the minors working on his throwing mechanics with a new arm slot.
T.R. Sullivan writes that David Murphy is getting to play every day with Nelson Cruz on the disabled list, but hasn't been able to do much with the opportunity thusfar.
Randy Galloway has a column up about Bud Selig, Tom Hicks, and the ongoing situation with the sale of the Rangers.
Kevin Sherrington has a story up about how the city of Dallas was never really an option for either the Rangers or the Cowboys, when they needed new stadia.