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Saturday morning Rangers news and links

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Jason Miller

Good morning, everyone.

Jeff Wilson's game story leads off talking about Nick Tepesch, interestingly enough, who may be replacing yesterday's starter, Jerome Williams, in the rotation.

T.R. Sullivan's game story also leads off with the news that Tepesch appears ready to re-join the rotation, meaning that this may have been Williams' last outing with the Rangers.

Scott Sargent has a Rapid Reaction to the 12-2 loss.

Evan Grant has a writeup on the loss as well.

Sargent has a story on Jerome Williams' start yesterday and situation with the team that starts off with describing Williams playing Golden Tee in the clubhouse before the game.

Ron Washington thinks the A's traded their most dangerous weapon when they sent Yoenis Cespedes to Boston in the Jon Lester trade.

Evan Grant writes that Phil Klein is the first of what will likely be several players -- particularly pitchers -- being called up between now and the end of the season, to see who can help the Rangers in 2015.

Kate Morrison takes a look at potential future closers in the Rangers' farm system.

A.J. Preller is apparently one of the top two candidates for the g.m. job in San Diego.

The S-T's notes talk about Alex Rios and Neal Cotts not being traded, Phil Klein being called up, and Miles Mikolas's mechanics.

Sullivan's notes talk about Rios and Cotts, the upheaval in the bullpen, and Klein.

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