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Saturday morning Rangers news and links

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Good morning, folks...

4.5 games up in the West.  Not bad, huh?

Katy Clarke has a game story from yesterday's 6-2 win over the Astros.

Jeff Wilson writes in his game story that Jeff Banister treated Friday's game like it was a playoff game.

T.R. Sullivan has a game report from yesterday's win.  Sullivan says the Rangers want to keep their foot on the gas with their goal in sight.

Evan Grant talks about the Rangers' improved offensive approach.

Kevin Sherrington writes that, with the way the Rangers have beat up on the Astros this year, there is no rivalry between the teams.

Richard Justice has a column on Jeff Banister, and the job he has done leading the Rangers to first place in the A.L. West this year.

Mike Petriello writes that the Rangers are one of the most dangerous teams in baseball on the basepaths.

Derek Holland, coming off three rough starts in a row, has gotten rid of his "Wild Thing" haircut.

Josh Hamilton is close to being more than a pinch hitter, according to Banister.

The Waco Tribune has a story on Jeff Banister's daughter, Alex, who is a volleyball player at Baylor.

The S-T's notes talk about Holland, playoff tickets, and the Rangers' double play combo of Elvis Andrus and Rougned Odor.