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Sunday a.m. Rangers stuff

Jeff Wilson's game story says that, despite the Rangers' 3-6 record in games Cliff Lee has started, his teammates believe in Lee and know that he's done his job in most of those games.

The game story on the Ranger website notes that this is the first time Lee has ever given up four homers in one start.

Richard Durrett has a compilation of some Cliff Lee numbers.

Evan Grant says that the team's lack of positional player depth has been a big problem this year.

The S-T has a Q&A with Jon Daniels on a variety of issues, including the team's injuries and why Rich Harden is getting another shot in the rotation.

The Rangers website notes feature several items, including an update on Scott Feldman, who is going to have an MRI on Monday, and praise from Ron Washington for Mitch Moreland.

As far as Feldman goes, I suspect he'll be put on the d.l. on Monday, and Michael Kirkman will end up staying up.

Wilson's notes talk about Elvis Andrus's recent offensive surge, and Ian Kinsler feeling good about his groin.