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Sunday morning Rangers news and links

Kevork Djansezian

Good morning, everybody.

T.R. Sullivan's game story talks about Matt Harrison having no feel for his sinker or changeup yesterday, with Harrison saying he's lucky he didn't give up 10 runs.

Jeff Wilson's game story also highlights Harrison's rough night.

Evan Grant's game report talks about the inability of Harrison to go deep, or the bats to get timely hits.

Evan Grant writes about Elvis Andrus's slump, and asks if Ron Washington needs to drop him from the #2 spot in the lineup.

Drew Davison has a story on Matt West, Keone Kela and Abel de los Santos each moving up a level, with a particular focus on West, who is identified as a potential major league bullpen option this season.

Wilson has a story on Shin-Soo Choo and his supernatural plate discipline.

Grant suggests an alternate lineup for Sunday's game, and says the Rangers should do away with specific "roles" in the lineup for now, given that so few regulars are producing.

The Rangers' website has a story about Michael Choice visiting the MLB academy in Compton yesterday.

Sullivan's notes talk about the promotions of Matt West and Keone Kela, Shin-Soo Choo's ankle being at 80%, and Robbie Ross and Martin Perez practicing hitting in anticipation of starting in Colorado.

The S-T's notes talk about Yu Darvish starting against division rivals, Perez and Ross hitting, and Daniel Robertson.