Morning folks. That was a nice little win yesterday, wasn't it?
Anthony Andro's game story talks about the Rangers breaking various "troubling trends" with yesterday's 5-4 victory over Seattle.
Evan Grant's game story focuses on Adrian Beltre's two homers helping carry the Rangers to victory.
The game story at the Rangers website looks at the offensive explosion in the late innings, and Beltre passing Joe Dimaggio on the all-time homer list.
Todd Wills has his Rapid Reaction at the ESPN Dallas blog.
Grant has a blog post on Elvis Andrus being dropped in the batting order.
Gil Lebreton writes that the Ranger offense came alive in the clutch yesterday, though he has a quote from Lance Berkman where the Big Puma dismisses the idea of a "clutch hitter."
The S-T's notes talk about Elvis Andrus being dropped to 8th in the lineup, Manny Ramirez, and the struggles of Nick Tepesch.
Master Tesfatsion's notes talk about Ron Washington wanting better at bats with runners in scoring position, Neal Cotts showing he is mortal, and Elvis.