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Friday morning Rangers news and links

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Good morning, everyone...

Stefan Stevenson's game story talks about how it was the two oldest players on the Rangers yesterday who led the way.

T.R. Sullivan's game story also focuses on the contributions from the older players on the roster last night.

Anthony Andro's game story talks about the Rangers continuing to beat contenders down the stretch.

Calvin Watkins writes about the Rangers continuing to play hard and win against teams that are in the race.

The Rangers have lost a ton of player days to injury, and the DMN has a graphic that helps illustrate that.

Tim Bogar sees Leonys Martin as the team's leadoff hitter next year, and thinks he has as much talent as any center fielder in the league.

Bogar and Mike Maddux are both interested in the Rangers' permanent manager job.

Sullivan praises the season unheralded Daniel Robertson had this year.

The S-T's notes talk about Tim Bogar's thoughts on Rougned Odor and Leonys Martin, Jurickson Profar staying positive, Nick Tepesch's final start of the year, and Martin Perez's throwing schedule.