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|WP: C.J. Wilson (5 - 3)
SV: Neftali Feliz (10)
LP: Gavin Floyd (5 - 4)
Interesting game yesterday, not for the faint of heart, as the Ranger offense was basically shut down by Gavin Floyd, yet still managed to eke across a couple of runs, enough to squeeze out a 2-1 victory behind C.J. Wilson and an usually shut-outy bullpen effort.
Anthony Andro's game story talks about the bullpen following up on Wilson's strong effort, and notes that the pen has a 2.89 ERA in its last 12 games.
T.R. Sullivan's game story focuses on the bullpen, and Neftali Feliz getting the final three outs despite the pair of walks he allowed.
Richard Durrett has his post-game reactions from yesterday.
Jeff Wilson has a piece on the quick turnaround between Tuesday's game, which ended at almost 2 a.m., and yesterday's game, which started at 1:05 p.m.
The S-T's notes talk about various rehabbing pitchers, Josh Hamilton's work to get back into the outfield, and David Murphy's throwing arm.
Sullivan's notes talk about the rehabbing pitchers and Mark Lowe, among other things.
Obi-Wan Durrett writes that this is the Mark Lowe we are looking for.
Yoshinori Tateyama is excited about being in the major leagues.
Jamey Newberg writes that the Rangers' long pursuit of Roman Mendez is starting to pay dividends.