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Friday morning Rangers news and links

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Good morning, folks...

Jeff Wilson has a story on the Rangers' "Big Three" prospects -- Joey Gallo, Nomar Mazara, and Lewis Brinson.

T.R. Sullivan writes that Mazara and Ryan Rua will get a look as possible replacements for Josh Hamilton to start the season.

Wilson has his "Surprise Five" notes from spring training yesterday.

Cole Hamels says he had to adjust to how he pitched to the bottom of the lineup when he moved from the N.L. to the A.L.

The Rangers are being cautious with righthander Luke Jackson, who is dealing with a stiff back.

Gil Lebreton has a column on Shin-Soo Choo.

Sullivan has a story on Sam Dyson, and his climb to the big leagues.

MLB adopted new rules yesterday on slides and on the pace of play.

Gerry Fraley offers five things about Seattle's offseason.

T.R. Sullivan writes about Elvis Andrus taking his family to Europe after the postseason ended.

The S-T has a story on Byron Anderson, the Rangers fan who won season tickets by hitting a home run.

Stefan Stevenson's notes talk about the utility infielder battle, Luke Jackson, and the new rule changes MLB has implemented.