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The day Roogie gave birth to baseball
The day Roogie gave birth to baseball
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Good morning.

Our old pal Jean-Jacques Taylor handled the Rapid Reaction to the Rangers' 4-0 shutout victory over the Houston Astros.

T.R. Sullivan game story focuses on Colby Lewis showing flashes of the Colby of old in his best start since returning from injury this season.

Drew Davison writes that Rougned Odor proved that he's ready to contribute to the big club by bouncing back from the perfect game blunder and having a big night.

Evan Grant recaps yet another Ranger shutout. The Rangers now have nine shutout wins this season while also leading the league in games allowing 8 or more runs. You explain baseball. I dare you.

Kate Morrison looks into her prospect crystal ball and gazes on 17-year-old Michael De Leon who is enjoying an unexpected stint at Double-A Frisco after Odor and Luis Sardinas were called up.

EG blogs that Neftali Feliz is about to get back on the horse in Round Rock when he's activated from the disabled list today.

Sullivan's Notebook has a Martin Perez update, the possible return of Joe Saunders, Mitch Moreland in the outfield, and some future pitcher probables.

Grant has a quote from Nolan Ryan who believes like the rest of us that it's just a matter of time before Yu Darvish finishes off a no-hitter.

Sullivan preview tonight's Silver Boot Series game between Dallas Keuchel and Matt Harrison. Given the boom or bust nature of the pitching this season we might should pray for Harry. As it is, Harrison has never beaten the Houston Astros.

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