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Wednesday morning Rangers stuff

Nine days until Opening Day, and the Rangers are getting closer to getting the final questions about the team's roster resolved.

Jeff Wilson and Anthony Andro go over the five leading questions the Rangers have to answer, with the most important one being what is going to happen with Neftali Feliz.

Gil Lebreton has a column on the bullpen situation, advocating that Alexi Ogando close and that Brett Tomko get the final spot in the bullpen as the long man.

Colby Lewis and Darren O'Day both pitched well in minor league games yesterday.

Joey Matches defends Julio Borbon, in the wake of suggestions that Borbon should be sent to AAA.

Richard Durrett has a piece on Don Welke, who was instrumental in getting Josh Hamilton and Neftali Feliz, among others, to the Rangers.

Evan Grant suspects that, despite signing a four year deal with the Chuck Greenberg-owned Myrtle Beach franchise, the Rangers will be one and done with Myrtle Beach, looking to get out of the deal after the 2011 season.