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Stefan Stevenson's game story talks about new starter Jerome Williams and new closer Neftali Feliz succeeding in their first shot with the Rangers last night in their new roles.
The game story on the Rangers' website heralds the performances of Williams and Feliz.
Gerry Fraley has a summary of the 4-1 Ranger win at the DMN Rangers blog.
Randy Jennings has his Rapid Reaction at the ESPN Rangers blog.
Gerry Fraley writes that Feliz was "shaky but effective" in yesterday's game.
Randy Jennings writes about Jerome Williams coming up big in his spot start.
A's manager Bob Melvin thinks the Rangers can bounce back and be good again next year.
Engel Beltre is still in limbo as he tries to re-gain his speed after missing most of the season with a broken leg.
Jeff Wilson writes a story about visiting the Baseball Hall of Fame.
T.R. Sullivan has a story on Eric Nadel and the path he took to get to the Rangers' radio booth.
Fraley, who has been pushing a Jake Smolinski = Rusty Greer storyline lately, says that the trip to the d.l. makes Smolinski even more comparable to Greer.
The S-T's notes talk about Jake Smolinski going to the d.l., Mike Maddux being gone this weekend, and Ron Washington believing the Rangers would be contending with good health.
The Rangers' wesbite notes talk about yesterday's roster moves and Wash's thoughts on the A's.
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