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Sunday morning Rangers news and links

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Good morning, folks...

Evan Grant writes that Chi Chi Gonzalez learned, in a lesson driven home by his final outing of 2015, that he needs to do a better job of separating the velocity of his pitches.

Jeff Wilson has a story on Rusty Rose, the former Rangers owner who, according to a statement released by his family, lost his lifelong battle with depression.

T.R. Sullivan also has a story on the passing of Rusty Rose.

The DMN has 10 things you might now know about Prince Fielder.

The Austin American-Statesman has an interview with Rangers manager Jeff Banister.

Chuck Greenberg is hoping to have a "Lazy River" built behind right field at Frisco, with it opening this summer.

Evan also has a story on the new feature that Greenberg hopes to have to Dr. Pepper Ballpark before the 2016 season is up.

The S-T has notes on Chi Chi Gonzalez, Tom Wilhelmsen remembering Prince Fielder as a prospect, and Frisco's "Lazy River."