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Oh, hey, does someone have the heart of a champion? Well, that's one pitcher out of five, so maybe we can get one fifth of a championship.

Tom Pennington

Oh, hey, does someone have the heart of a champion?  Well, that's one pitcher out of five, so maybe we can get one fifth of a championship.

Anthony Andro celebrates Yu Darvish's first complete game shutout.

Drew Davison says that his teammates thought Yu Darvish had already notched this milestone.

T.R. Sullivan says that in a normal Darvish start that if Darvish had given up 0 runs the Ranger offense would have scored -1 runs.

The Rangers have signed first rounder Luis Ortiz.

T.R. Sullivan's notes column is all about injuries because that's all there is to note about the 2014 Rangers.

Evan Grant channels his inner BigSteve and says maybe Yu Darvish needs to stop being so excellent.

The Rangers athletic trainer has been added to the American League All Star team, probably because he's become so skilled at triage and operating the crash cart.

Gerry Fraley says that with Tanner Scheppers going on the DL, we can no longer express the number of 2014 injuries without using exponential notation.

Jim Adduci has refractured his finger, though he should probably be grateful he's not the next victim of the Ranger spinal gremlin.

Richard Durrett had a rapid reaction to last night's win, and says that Darvish has finally earned the label of "ace" by turning water into strikeouts.

Finally, here's a story about a man that fathered children with a stone age woman whose tribe he was studying in South America.