Good morning everyone. Ellen Page has announced that she is a lesbian, so all of you can pretend that that's the reason you'll never have a chance with her now.
Jeff Wilson has a story about the importance of the Rangers' starting pitchers staying healthy this year, focusing in particular on Matt Harrison and Alexi Ogando.
T.R. Sullivan has a story on the Rangers signing Tommy Hanson, with Sullivan saying that Hanson still has to earn a spot on the 25 man roster.
Wilson has a story on Texas announcing they'd agreed to one year contracts with Mitch Moreland (thus avoiding arbitration) and free agent Tommy Hanson yesterday.
Hanson says he doesn't like talking about 2013, both because of personal issues he dealt with and his on the field struggles.
Gerry Fraley writes that Colby Lewis's hip re-surfacing surgery is the same surgery that "The Undertaker" had in 2012. Yeah, I don't know what to say about that.
Kevin Sherrington has a column talking about the ARod-to-Boston trade that the Rangers and Boston agreed to, but which couldn't be consummated because of union objections, in the 2003-04 offseason.
And Richard Durrett asks, should the Rangers extend Ron Washington's contract, which expires after the 2014 season?