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Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

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The latest news on the Texas Rangers and a storm named Bill

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Good morning. What if the Rangers have, dare I say, too many good players?

Katy Clarke recaps the Rangers' 4-1 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers as Rougned Odor came back from Round Rock and starred in the victory.

Anthony Andro's game story focuses on Roogie's return as well as Yovani Gallardo dominating one of the best offenses in baseball.

MLB.com's Cody Stavenhagen writes that Odor had the kind of game that the Rangers were hoping for after working on his game in Triple-A.

Jeff Wilson writes that the Rangers were once again able to fight through being forced to juggle the lineup with Delino DeShields hitting the disabled list.

Stavenhagen notes that Gallardo is having a fantastic month of June as he continued the rotation's streak of quality starts.

Evan Grant writes that Jeff Banister enjoys solving puzzles and his toughest challenge remains putting the pieces of the left-handed heavy Rangers' lineup together.

Stavenhagen has info on the Rangers signing second-round pick Eric Jenkins and third-round pick -- and potential 1.1 talent -- Michael Matuella from last week's draft.

Grant updates on where Matt Harrison stands in his rehab with the Rangers taking a justifiably cautious approach.

Stefan Stevenson has notes on Elvis Andrus' role in Odor's return, updates on Harrison and Josh Hamilton, and more on the Rangers draft signees.

Lastly, if Tropical Storm Bill doesn't rain on our parade, Stavenhagen previews tonight's game as Chi Chi Gonzalez has a chance to remind the Dodgers of Fernandomania.

Have a nice day.