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Sunday morning Rangers things

Sean O'Sullivan allowed fifteen hits and five home runs last night.  This is only the fourth time in MLB history that a pitcher has allowed at least fifteen hits and five homers in a game, and the first time since Hugh Casey did it in 1940.

Anthony Andro says in his game story that this was the type of game the Rangers needed after Friday's fourteen inning 12-7 loss.

Matt Harrison pitched extremely well yesterday, but was lifted after six innings because of a blister problem, which Evan Grant says puts him in good company.

Andro has a story on Hamilton's return to the outfield.

Gil Lebreton has a column on Nelson Cruz, who busted out of his slump in a big way last night.

The S-T's notes have stuff on Neftali Feliz's struggles, Eric Hurley's progress in returning from a concussion, and Craig Gentry's defense.

The notes on the Rangers' website hits on Hamilton's return to the field, Feliz and Hurley, and Washington's defensive alignments.