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Early start today as the Rangers look to take the rubber game in their series at Boston.  With the Rangers' loss and the Angels' win yesterday, the lead in the A.L. West is back to 3.5 games.

Jeff Wilson's game story talks about Colby Lewis being unhappy about being lifted in the fourth inning, and also being unhappy with home plate umpire Gary Darling, as Lewis felt he had gotten Jarrod Saltamacchia looking for strike three before allowing the game-tying homer to Salty.

T.R. Sullivan says in his game story that the Rangers' pitching "imploded" in the fourth inning.

Behind the paywall, Evan Grant writes that Colby Lewis needs to get straightened out.

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

Joey Matches has a piece on the strike zone yesterday (and the pitches Lewis complained about in particular), along with his thoughts on how Lewis is dealing with his struggles in 2011.

The S-T's notes talk about Scott Feldman taking Alexi Ogando's start on Monday, and Leonys Martin's major league debut.

Sullivan's notes hit on Adrian Beltre's hamstring, Derek Holland still going strong in September, and the status of Darren O'Day, who may be ready to return on Friday.

Drew Davison has a story on the Rangers' minor league system.