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Friday morning Rangers news and links

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Good morning, folks...

The Rangers lost last night to the Angels, 4-3.

Jeff Wilson's game story notes that, while the bullpen took the loss last night, the offense and the starting pitching bear a fair amount of blame as well.

T.R. Sullivan's game story talks about walks costing the Rangers.

Evan Grant talks, in his game story, about walks and hit batters hurting the Rangers early in the season.

Jeff Wilson writes that 2016 is a critical year for Derek Holland.

A.J. Griffin will be starting for the Rangers tonight, after two years of working to return from Tommy John Surgery.

Yesterday was Adrian Beltre's birthday, but he didn't get a contract offer as a present.

Evan writes that the Rangers are trying to work out what to do with a possible Beltre extension.

Jared Sandler says everyone needs to chill out about the Ranger bullpen.

Mark Parker has an interview with Hickory pitcher Brett Martin, who had an impressive outing for the Crawdads last night.

ESPN the Magazine has a story on Rangers minor league pitcher Matt Bush.

Brice Paterik has a story on minor league Opening Day kicking off.

The L.A. Times has a piece on the squabble between the High Desert Mavericks and the City of Adelanto over the stadium lease.

Evan Grant has a story on the new AAA stadium possibly being built in San Antonio.

The S-T's notes talk about A.J. Griffin, Adrian Beltre, and Mitch Moreland.

Sullivan's notes talk about Griffin, Beltre, Jose Leclerc, and the weather.

And Prince Fielder's teammates are mad at him for chewing on bats.