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Thursday off-day Rangers stuff

Early season road trips to Detroit are never any fun.

T.R. Sullivan says in his game story that the pitchers did their job, holding Detroit to three runs over 8 1/3 innings yesterday.

The S-T's notes talk about the bullpen's performance in yesterday's game and David Murphy's opportunity to play every day with Josh Hamilton hurt.

Hamilton apologized to third base coach Dave Anderson for his remarks on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Randy Galloway says that the Rangers have had success being aggressive, and that shouldn't change with Josh Hamilton's injury.

Texas starts a three game set in New York on Friday, and Sullivan says it will be a testing ground for the Rangers' young starters, as Derek Holland, Matt Harrison, and Alexi Ogando will all get starts.

Meanwhile, Tom Hicks and the Rangers are involved in litigation again, this time over the parking lots around the stadium, although Hicks says the price of parking won't change this season.