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Saturday morning Rangers news and links

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Good morning, folks...

The Rangers lost, 5-0, to the ChiSox last night in an ugly, unpleasant game.

Evan Grant has his "Three Takeaways" from yesterday's game, and in his game story, notes that the baserunning blunders that led to the ChiSox turning a triple play largely killed the chances of a comeback.

Jeff Wilson writes that Elvis Andrus has kept a lower profile so far this season.

Evan says Delino DeShields is not having a good week on the basepaths.

Phil Rogers writes that Nomar Mazara is getting Rangers fans excited.

Yu Darvish has opted to do another bullpen session rather than start a medical rehab assignment right away, as he works on his secondaries.

Doug Brocail says, though, that Darvish could still be back on May 16 in the majors if Darvish says he is ready to go.

Keone Kela will miss approximately three months after undergoing surgery to remove a bone spur.

Barry Horn's column includes some notes on the Rangers' ratings and Dave Raymond.

The S-T's notes talk about Yu Darvish, Adrian Beltre, and Keone Kela.