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Evan Grant continues his position roundup by looking at center field and Delino Deshields.

The bookies are predicting another good year for the Rangers in 2016, which is great unless the angry horde of locusts descends upon the team again next year.

The Rangers will likely be looking for a starting pitcher in the offseason, plus a righthanded bat and some relief help.

Doug Brocail has been interviewing for the vacant pitching coach position, answering questions about his willingness to maintain the contractually required mustache and soul patch.

The Rangers had 6 players become free agents this week.

Lewis Brinson put on his best Josh Hamilton impression in 2015 by putting up cartoon numbers and then injuring his hamstring.

Local writers have selected Prince Fielder as the 2015 Ranger Player of the Year.

And, finally, on Thursday NASA will be announcing that they've discovered a glowing blue Yu Darvish on Mars rehabbing from Tommy John surgery.