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Saturday a.m. Rangers things

Saturday morning Rangers news and links

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Good morning, everyone...

In the S-T we learn that Adrian Beltre is in good shape with his thumb, while Josh Hamilton had to have a cortisone shot for his knee on Thursday.

Katy Clarke has a story on Hamilton's knee, which has bothered him this offseason before getting the shot.

Hamilton says getting the cortisone shot has made him pain free for 36 hours, which has him excited.

Gerry Fraley writes that Josh Hamilton is in a better place this year than last year.

Adrian Beltre, meanwhile, says he likes the direction the Rangers are going, and would like to stay with the Rangers.

The DMN has a story on Beltre wanting to keep being a Ranger.

Evan Grant explains why Elvis Andrus was the recipient of the "Good Guy" Award.

Prince Fielder and Cole Hamels were on hand for a groundbreaking for youth baseball fields in Dallas.

T.R. Sullivan also has a story on the event.

Prince Fielder says he thinks he can improve on last year's performance.

The S-T's notes talk about Cole Hamels buying a house, Adrian Beltre wanting to stay in Texas, and Clint Hurdle.