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Monday Morning Texas Rangers Update

The latest news on the Rangers and getting the band back together

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Good morning.

Katy Clarke recaps the Rangers' 4-2 loss to the Mariners yesterday.

Jeff Wilson writes that the Rangers had King Felix on the ropes early but couldn't capitalize with the big hit to put them over the top.

T.R. Sullivan writes about Colby Lewis giving the bullpen a much-needed day off yesterday as he pitched a complete game in the loss allowing only three earned runs.

Evan Grant writes that the Rangers played down to their opponent again over the weekend as they lost the seventh game in nine tries against the Mariners.

Sullivan notes that Jeff Banister was ejected for the third time this season as he argued balls and strikes with the umpire to avoid any of his players getting the hook.

Gil LeBreton writes that the Rangers needed guys like Jake Diekman and Mike Napoli if they wanted 2015 to continue being relevant.

Anthony Andro reports on Derek Holland's latest rehab outing from Frisco yesterday. Holland went 3 1/3 innings in 68 pitches without issue as he inches closer to returning to the rotation.

Lastly, on Lone Star Ball Facebook, we asked which player you'd most want to see return to Texas now that the Rangers are getting the whole gang back together. The answer, of course, is Darren O'Day.

Have a nice day.