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Friday a.m. Rangers things

Friday morning Rangers news and links

Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

I'm reasonably certain there was no bad news about the Rangers yesterday.  That's progress, I think.

Drew Davison has a story on Yu Darvish needing to carry a Ranger rotation which is currently, according to Mike Maddux, "full of opportunities."

T.R. Sullivan has a piece on the state of the Rangers' pitching staff, and talks about the opportunities that are available for some of the young pitchers in the organization.

Matt Mosley writes that the Rangers are currently in "crisis mode" with the injuries they've suffered.

Sullivan writes that Martin Perez has apparently opted for Tommy John surgery, while Matt Harrison weighs whether to undergo spinal fusion surgery that could end his career.

Evan Grant has a blog post with quotes from Perez about undergoing surgery.

Phil Rogers has a column on how the Rangers have managed to stay afloat despite all the crippling injuries, with some particular praise for Rougned Odor.

Tim Cowlishaw writes that things for the Rangers can't get much worse than what happened Wednesday.

David Schoenfield has a piece on where the Rangers are now that includes in the headline, "Rangers doomed."

Gerry Fraley writes that the Rangers would be better off with Yu Darvish giving up a hit in the first inning today, so they won't be tempted to leave him out there with a big pitch count and a no-hitter going.