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Sunday a.m. Rangers things

Sunday morning Rangers news and links

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There are no ties in baseball.  Except during spring training.

Drew Davison has a write-up on yesterday's 2-2 tie between Texas and Oakland.

Evan Grant has a game report on the sister kissing from yesterday.

The Rangers' website has a game story focusing on the contributions of Jurickson Profar and Jared Hoying.

Richard Durrett has his Rapid Reaction at the ESPN Dallas website.

Grant has his five things he thinks he thinks, which features thoughts on two guys out of options, Engel Beltre and Michael Kirkman.

Gil Lebreton has a column on Neftali Feliz, with quotes from Ron Washington and Mike Maddux, about Feliz needing to overcome Game Six and Tommy John Surgery and earn the closer's job.

Grant has a column on who can be the workhorses in the Ranger rotation this year, and how the Rangers can thrive in 2014 even without "workhorse" starters.

Davison writes that Robbie Ross is getting a serious look as a starter this spring, and sets out why Ron Washington believes Ross struggled in the second half the past two years.

Richard Durrett writes that the Rangers need Martin Perez to take another step forward this year.

Lebreton talks about Tim Bogar replacing Jackie Moore, and the role that Bogar is expected to have with the team.

Tracy Ringolsby has a column on the Rangers having players from many different countries on their roster.

Rusty Greer visited camp yesterday, and offered his thoughts on the differences between Port Charlotte, Florida, where the Rangers trained when he was with the team, and Surprise.

The Rangers' website notes talk about Elvis Andrus's arm injury, Michael Choice raking against his old team, Martin Perez, and injured pitchers throwing again.