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That game goes on the short list of most annoying losses of the season.

Drew Davison's game story leads off by saying that this was one of those games where nothing seemed to go right.

Master Tesfatsion's game story talks about how Robbie Ross lost a cow-milking contest yesterday before the game, then lost the game itself in the 10th inning.

Todd Wills has his Rapid Reaction at the ESPN Dallas site.

Gerry Fraley has what I think is a game story at the DMN website. Its behind the paywall, though, and I can only see the first part, and it isn't clear.

Lance Berkman was ejected for arguing balls and strikes in the first inning, after being called out on a dreadful strike three call, but Berkman says he didn't think he said anything that warranted an ejection.

Yu Darvish goes today, and Brad Townsend has a story about the 130 pitch outing Yu had on May 16 that got folks upset.

Davison has a story on the work the Rangers scouts do leading up to the draft, and some of the later round success stories the Rangers have had.

The S-T's notes hit on Yu Darvish's first inning troubles, Alexi Ogando re-joining the rotation, Nelson Cruz hitting home runs, and Elvis and Wash trying to annoy Adrian Beltre.

The Rangers' website notes talk about Ogando, the Elvis/Wash/Beltre thing, and Derek Holland's great May.

Tim Cowlishaw has a column on the possibility of the Rangers winning 100 games this year.