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Sunday morning Rangers news and links

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Good morning, everyone...

Stefan Stevenson writes that it has been a bad weekend for Rangers' pitchers, as they've been getting knocked around both in San Antonio and in Arizona.

Anthony Andro notes that the Rangers' candidates for the starting rotation got knocked around in San Antonio.

Gerry Fraley has a report on the game in San Antonio.

There was a dustup in San Antonio, as well, when Rougned Odor thought a Dodger pitcher was eyeballing him.

Nomar Mazara has gotten to start the last two games in Arizona, but is not in the mix to make the Opening Day roster. Mazara says that he has gotten better at recognizing pitches.

Gil Lebreton notes that Shin-Soo Choo's sore triceps naturally causes Rangers fans to worry, both because we're gunshy over injuries at this point, and because of his importance to the team.

Evan Grant has a story on the dangers that Venezuelan players deal with in their own country.

The Rangers' website has a story on Yovani Gallardo, and the impact of the Rangers trading for him.

John Henry has a story on Tommy John surgery, looking at why the procedure is happening more often.

The Rangers are giving the players yoga classes.

The S-T's notes talk about Choo, Oviedo, and Joey Gallo.

T.R. Sullivan's notes hit on Ryan Rua's battle to win the starting left field job, Tanner Scheppers, Ross Ohlendorf, and Gallo.