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The S-T has a piece up about the improvements being made to the area behind centerfield at TBIA.

Jeff Wilson has a story on the higher railings that are being put in at every elevated level at TBIA.

Richard Durrett talked to Mike Adams, who underwent hernia surgery on Wednesday. Adams is expected to be ready for the start of the season, although he's supposedly going to be a little bit behind at the start of spring training.

Anthony Andro has a story about Josh Hamilton's father-in-law being named Hamilton's new "accountability partner," now that Johnny Narron is gone.

Wilson's notes include stuff on Josh Hamilton's accountability partner, Mike Adams undergoing hernia surgery, and a pitching camp the Rangers are holding for upper level prospects and some young major leaguers in January.

T.R. Sullivan's notes hit on Adams' surgery, Hamilton, the Yu Darvish situation, the pitching camp, and this year's winter caravan.