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Split of the doubleheader yesterday.  The Rangers bats looked comatose for 11 innings, and Colby Lewis had problems, but Matt Harrison gave the Rangers his second seven inning, one run start of the season while the bats ended up waking and going bananas in game 2.

Jeff Wilson sings Harrison's praises in his game story, with Harrison retiring 18 in a row to finish his outing.

Evan Grant has some thoughts on Colby Lewis's early struggles and the team's Game 1 performance.

Lewis thought he made good pitches on the two home runs he allowed.

T.R. Sullivan talks about the team's resiliency in bouncing back in game 2.

Grant says that splitting a doubleheader against the Orioles is a positive for Texas.

The S-T's notes include Ron Washington dismissing the notion that he's going to shake up the batting order, talk on a Nelson Cruz extension, and a Leonys Martin update.

Sullivan looks at the last time the Rangers had a doubleheader in Baltimore, which was in 2007, when they won the first game 30-3.

Chris Davis hit three home runs for Round Rock last night.