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Sunday morning Rangers news and links

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Yuck.

Texas lost to the Angels, 13-0, in front of a sellout home crowd last night.

Anthony Andro's game story talks about the Rangers continuing to struggle against lefthanded pitchers and at home against division foes.

Stefan Stevenson writes that the Rangers rotation has gone from a strength to a weakness in about a one week span.

Evan Grant has a story on how yesterday's game exemplifies the struggles the Rangers have had against lefties.

Wandy Rodriguez got hit hard yesterday, continuing his trend of pitching poorly at Globe Life Park.

Matt Harrison is officially back on the Rangers' active roster.

Delino DeShields could be back on the active roster tomorrow, while Josh Hamilton is still dealing with soreness.

Yovani Gallardo will start for the Rangers on Tuesday and Sunday, which means he won't pitch in the All Star Game.

Jeff Banister says that Chi Chi Gonzalez, who was sent down yesterday, needs to do a better job creating separation in the speeds of his pitches.

The S-T's Minor League Insider focuses in on Nick Williams and Nomar Mazara, the Rangers' reps for the Futures Game.

The S-T's notes talk about Josh Hamilton possibly returning to the disabled list, and the imminent return of Delino DeShields.

T.R. Sullivan's notes talk about Hamilton, DeShields, Rangers players going to participate in the Pan Am Games, and Carlos Corporan.