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Saturday morning Rangers news and links

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Well, no clinch yesterday...hopefully, we see a celebration on the field in Arlington today at around 3 p.m.

Texas lost to the Angels yesterday, 2-1.

Anthony Andro's game story talks about the Rangers not being able to muster any offense yesterday in support of Martin Perez.

Jeff Wilson's game story talks about the Rangers' celebration being put on hold by Mike Trout and Jered Weaver.

T.R. Sullivan has a write-up on yesterday's game, and says the Rangers are looking to continue to play hard with the division on the line.

Evan Grant has his game report from yesterday's loss.

Gerry Fraley writes about Shawn Tolleson being asked to pitch for a fourth consecutive day yesterday, and picking up a loss in the process.

Kevin Sherrington says the Curse of Nolan is over, with the Rangers having made the playoffs.

Peter Ellwood asks if the Rangers currently have the best bullpen in baseball.

Grant writes that Jeff Banister has hard decisions to make with the bullpen today, given that Sam Dyson and Shawn Tolleson have each pitched in four straight games, and Keone Kela may not be available.

Rebecca Lopez writes about the big turnout for yesterday's game, when the Rangers ended up selling out TBiA.

The S-T's notes talk about Shin-Soo Choo, Keone Kela, Colby Lewis, and TV ratings.

Sullivan's notes talk about Delino DeShields, Derek Holland, Josh Hamilton and Elvis Andrus.