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Monday morning Rangers things

Three out of four in Boston.  That's pretty good.  Yeah, you feel like Saturday night's game should have been a Ranger win, but given the way the Ranger runs scored yesterday, I think you can say things evened out over the course of the weekend.

Jeff Wilson's game story talks about how Sunday's game showed the advantages of speed and aggressive baserunning, after Saturday's game illustrated the minuses.

T.R. Sullivan writes in his game story that this helps erase the bad taste of the Baltimore series.

Jon Lester says he simply got outpitched yesterday by C.J. Wilson.

Sullivan's notes talks about Borbon having the first steal of home for a Ranger since 2001 yesterday, and Vladimir Guerrero making his first start in left field as a major leaguer.

The Rangers plan on going with Cliff Lee every fifth day the rest of the season, even if it means bumping other starters back because of off days.

Evan Grant writes about the Rangers' upcoming series in Detroit, a place the Rangers haven't won at since 2007.  Detroit just got swept by the Indians, and is on a 5 game losing streak.

Meanwhile, on the Rangers sale front...

The New York Times has a story up about the Rangers sale drama.

And Kevin Sherrington has an open letter to Mark Cuban up, regarding Cuban's interest in purchasing the Rangers.