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Thursday morning Rangers things

Thursday morning Rangers news and links

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Apparently, I'm doing the links today, folks, so here you go and sorry for the delay...

Cole Hamels pitched well in his final spring start.

Evan Grant has "Three Takeaways" from yesterday's game.

The Rangers are feeling very good about their 2016 squad.

T.R. Sullivan has notes wrapping up things at the end of camp.

Sullivan also says the Rangers could have the best rotation in the league.

Evan says Rougned Odor could be the team's leadoff hitter.

Jeff Wilson has his "Surprise Five".

Peter Ellwood asks if the Rangers' bench is too right-handed.

Josh Hamilton's return to action has been "nudged," the Rangers say.

The Rangers are trying to figure out their backup catcher situation.

Tracy Ringolsby says that Jeff Banister learned a lot from Clint Hurdle.

Kevin Sherrington has a column on Banister.

Tom Grieve and Bobby Jones will be part of the Opening Day ceremonies for the Rangers.

Kate Morrison and Brice Paterik review the Rangers' minor league rosters.

The S-T asks you to vote on who the greatest Rangers player is.

The S-T's notes talk about Bryan Holaday, Robinson Chirinos, Josh Hamilton, and Opening Day.