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Wednesday morning Rangers stuff

Wednesday morning news and links

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Well, since there is no morning links post up, and since Ben isn't answering his phone, I guess I'm doing the morning links today...

Before the game yesterday, there was a moment of silence in memory of Richard Durrett, and the photo with this story is where the media left mementos in the place where Durrett normally sat.

Jeff Wilson's game story talks about how, even in a game where Colby Lewis pitched well and seemed poised to register a quality start, things went south and the Rangers lost.

T.R. Sullivan's game story talks about Colby Lewis being great for six innings, and then everything going bad in the 7th.

Keith Whitmire's game story talks about the offense struggling once again.

Evan Grant has his post-game wrapup at the Rangers DMN blog.

Calvin Watkins has his Rapid Reaction at ESPN Dallas.

Evan Grant writes about the Rangers' offense dragging the team out of playoff contention.

Ian Kinsler waved to the Rangers' dugout after his first inning homer, which irritated Colby Lewis.

Drew Davison has a story on Kinsler's return to Texas.  Anthony Andro also has a story on Kinsler's return.

Rick Gosselin has a column on Kinsler.

Derek Holland is going to test his knee again this week, after throwing 75 pitches in a bullpen session Monday, and could be heading out on a rehab assignment.

Matt Harrison was at the ballpark yesterday for the first time since undergoing spinal fusion surgery, and is optimistic he'll be able to pitch again.

Cal Ripken Jr. is a fan of Elvis Andrus.

The S-T's notes talk about Kinsler, Harrison, and Derek Holland.

Sullivan's notes hit on the Futures Game, Harrison, Holland, Carlos Pena, Adrian Beltre, and Mitch Moreland.