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Wednesday morning Rangers stuff

Yesterday was one of the more improbable endings to a Rangers game that you could come up with.  Down by a run in the 9th inning with two outs, Julio Borbon, as the go-ahead run, draws a walk, only his 4th of the season, and then pinch hitter Matt Treanor triples, only his third triple of his major league career.

Jeff Wilson writes in his game story that this has been an emotional road trip for Treanor, who spent most of his major league career with the Marlins, and who was dealt by the Brewers this spring.

T.R. Sullivan's game story includes Treanor talk and Ron Washington's thought on C.J. Wilson's performance and why he brought in Alexi Ogando.

Evan Grant says that the Rangers keep getting big hits from unlikely sources.

Wilson's notes has some updates on some injured Rangers and some draft picks, with the good news being that Nelson Cruz was pain-free yesterday, and could head out on a rehab assignment as soon as tomorrow.

The Rangers are pushing hard to convince supplemental first rounder Luke Jackson to sign.

Sullivan also has notes, including discussing the Rangers decision to give Colby Lewis and Scott Feldman an extra day of rest while having someone -- probably Matt Harrison -- start Thursday, instead of Saturday.

Meanwhile, Barry Shlachter has a story on the developments in the bankruptcy court from yesterday.