Good morning, folks. Everyone ready for some late night West Coast baseball this weekend?
Anthony Andro makes like the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and says, "Don't Panic!"
Adrian Beltre has been named the winner of the 2015 Lou Gehrig Award.
Keone Kela, who turned 22 yesterday, lived in the Seattle area from age 7, and so heading there to play the M's for the first time as a major leaguer is special for him.
T.R. Sullivan has a story on Gary McGraw, the Rangers scout who signed Kela, and McGraw's wife, who suffered a stroke in January.
This is also a homecoming of sorts for Carlos Peguero, who spent most of his professional career in the M's organization.
Evan Grant notes the Rangers have struggled against LHPs so far this season.
Grant also has a story on the Leadership Council Jeff Banister has implemented.