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Sunday a.m. Rangers things

Sunday morning Rangers news and links

Brandon Wade

The Rangers have scored two runs in each of the first two games of this series.  They won one and they lost one.  When you only score two runs per game, you'll definitely take winning half.

The S-T's game story talks about Leonys Martin picking up another walk-off hit and the Rangers winning 20 games in a month for just the fourth time in team history (and first time in 2009).

Master Tesfatsion's game story has quotes from Wash on Leonys not trying to do more than what the game required, and praises Matt Garza for his strong outing.

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

Gerry Fraley writes that the Rangers are concerned about the availability of Elvis Andrus for the series in Oakland that starts on Monday after he left yesterday's game when his back tightened up.

Evan Grant has a story on the Rangers' farm system, and writes that despite parting with a number of prospects this year in deals, the farm is still loaded.

The S-T's Minor League Insider looks at Luis Sardinas and Rougned Odor, who have contrasting styles, but are the organization's top two infield prospects.

Tesfatsion's notes talk about Yu Darvish, Elvis Andrus leaving yesterday's game with a back problem, Neftali Feliz returning, the Rangers' veteran bench providing mentorship, and the September call-ups.

The S-T's notes talk about Yu Darvish, Elvis Andrus's back, and the September call-ups.