Good morning, folks...
Texas lost to the Jays last night, 12-2.
Stefan Stevenson's game story talks about what Derek Holland describes as a "terrible performance."
The game story at the Rangers website talks about Holland's abbreviated start breaking the Rangers' streak of their starters going at least five innings.
Evan Grant has his "Three Takeaways" from yesterday's game, and opines that Holland's over-reliance on his sinker victimized Holland and the Rangers yesterday.
Evan also writes that, while Jeff Banister explained Delino DeShields sitting two games in a row with "Manager's decision," DeShields could be in jeopardy of losing his starting job, having already lost his spot at the top of the order.
Josh Hamilton will not be going out on a rehab assignment tomorrow, as had been hoped.
T.R. Sullivan has a story about Nomar Mazara's mother, and the role she played in getting him where he is now.
The S-T's notes talk about Rounged Odor, Josh Hamilton, and Elvis Andrus.