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Wednesday a.m. Rangers stuff

That win felt good.  A win today would feel even better.  It would mean taking two of three from Oakland at home, winning a series for the first time in a while, and it would presumably mean that Matt Harrison will have gotten back on track.

Jeff Wilson writes that Colby Lewis rewarded Ron Washington's decision to send him back out to the mound in the sixth inning after a 59 inning rain delay.

Todd Wills writes in his game story that a repeat World Series appearance for the Rangers will require more performances from Lewis like the one he had yesterday.

Evan Grant has his post-game thoughts up at the DMN blog.

Richard Durrett has his post-game reactions up at the ESPN Dallas blog.

Yesterday's unconventional lineup was put together by Washington in an effort to snap the team out of their recent funk.

Gil Lebreton says that Lewis, after a poor start to the season, seems to be back on track.

Jon Daniels says he's concerned about the team's poor play of late, but that they don't want to panic or kneejerk.

The S-T's notes hit on Tommy Hunter's injury, Matt Harrison needing a strong start, and Michael Young hitting cleanup.

Anthony Andro has a piece on Elvis Andrus's recent success in stealing bases.

Wills' notes discuss yesterday's lineup, Harrison, and Hunter, as well.