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Saturday morning Rangers news and links

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Good morning, folks...

The Rangers beat the ChiSox yesterday despite arriving in Chicago barely 12 hours before game time.

Some guy named Fittz has a recap of yesterday's 2-1 win at WFAA.com.

Stefan Stevenson's game story starts off by saying something special is happening with this Rangers team.

Evan Grant writes that the Rangers showed resiliency in coming back with two outs in the 9th to win yesterday's game.

Jake Smolinski was designated for assignment yesterday when Ryan Rua was activated from the 60 day d.l., meaning the Rangers have 10 days to waive, trade or release him.

Hanser Alberto talks about his father, who lost part of his right arm at age 20, then became a baseball broadcaster while also playing baseball in a handicapped league.

Matt Harrison pitched into the 7th inning last night in his rehab start, gave up 8 runs, and triggered a bench-clearing incident when he hit the final batter he faced.

The S-T's notes include Jeff Banister defending Elvis Andrus, Ryan Rua and Alex Claudio being brought back, Keone Kela's balk, and Martin Perez's rehab resuming on Monday.

The DMN has some notes on Perez, Robinson Chirinos, and minor leaguer Chad James, who was suspended for 25 games.