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Sunday morning Rangers news and links

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Good morning, everyone.  Jon Daniels apparently just said on Jim Bowden's radio show that, although it will have to be discussed today, it appears that Matt Harrison doesn't need another rehab start.

So that's good news.

Drew Davison's game story talks about Colby Lewis picking up his first win since June 17, 2012, with Joakim Soria, who spent a lot of time in Arizona with Colby last season rehabbing, picking up the save.

Anthony Andro's game story has quotes from Colby talking about the victory being "sentimental."

The game story from the Rangers' website talks about Lewis and Prince Fielder performing like they have in the past.

Randy Jennings has a Rapid Reaction at the ESPN Dallas blog.

Gerry Fraley has a summary of yesterday's win.

Lewis got a standing ovation from the crowd when he left the game yesterday, and he described the reaction from the fans as "awesome."

Ron Washington talks about what he does differently when playing with a big lead.

Richard Durrett writes about Matt Harrison's rehab outing last night, quoting Harrison as saying he's ready to return to the big leagues.  Evan Grant says Harrison's sinker was working yesterday.

Fraley writes that the Rangers' lengthy list of players on the disabled list is testing the team's depth.

Evan Grant writes about the Rangers' interest in free agent reliever Joel Hanrahan, who is recovering from Tommy John surgery.

Chris Snyder, a catcher for Round Rock signed at the end of spring training as insurance, has retired.

Davison has a story on Myrtle Beach third baseman Joey Gallo, and the heights the Rangers are hopeful he can achieve.

The S-T's notes talk about Jim Adduci heading to the disabled list, Robbie Ross working quicker, and Ron Washington saying he has two catchers that are doing well.

The Rangers' website notes talk about the transfer rule and the Rangers' injuries.