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Friday a.m. Rangers stuff

Jeff Wilson's game story sings the praises of Alexi Ogando, who came in and threw 2 1/3 shutout innings in relief of Dustin Nippert, and who now has two wins in two major league appearances.

T.R. Sullivan's game story is also all about Ogando, with quotes from Michael Young and Ian Kinsler about the rookie reliever.

Evan Grant takes a look at how the Rangers have won five in a row on the road.

Sullivan's notes talk about Julio Borbon's recent surge coming as he's changed his approach at the plate to swing more aggressively, and Ron Washington's plan to keep the lineup as is for now.

Wilson writes that Josh Hamilton is locked in right now.

The S-T's notes talk about the reaction to Michael Young setting the team hit record and Tommy Hunter's situation, with Hunter saying he's feeling better.

Sullivan writes that the Rangers are in the market for a top-end starting pitcher.

Maury Brown has a story up about an updated filing in the bankruptcy court by the Rangers, that includes more details on the amount of cash being paid by the Greenberg/Ryan group for the Rangers and the amount to go to the creditors.