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Sunday morning Rangers news and links

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Good morning, everyone....

The Rangers lost to San Diego, 2-0, in the A game yesterday, and you can read the game report here.

Derek Holland had a scoreless inning on 12 pitches in a B game in his spring debut yesterday.  Holland says he is "very happy" with how his outing went.

Jeff Wilson writes that, while Joey Gallo has been getting all the attention this spring, Jorge Alfaro may be having a better camp, as Alfaro is showing more maturity and improvement in his catching skills.

Neftali Feliz is looking to re-establish himself as one of the top closers in the game, now that he's finally healthy and back from 2012's Tommy John surgery.

Evan Grant has a story on Elvis Andrus, saying there is "great optimism" in camp that Elvis will have a bounce-back season, and asking whether Elvis is going to be able to establish himself as a more productive hitter than he has been in the past.

The S-T's notes talk about Leonys Martin hitting leadoff, Derek Holland's spring debut, and Delino DeShields, Jr., being sidelined with a tight right hamstring.

Sullivan's notes talk about Leonys, baserunning mistakes yesterday, and Shawn Tolleson.