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Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

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The latest news and notes on the American League leading Texas Rangers

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Good morning.

Levi Weaver recaps the Rangers' latest one-run victory this time being Monday night's conquest of the Baltimore Orioles.

Jeff Wilson reacts to the win and the fact that the Rangers have positioned themselves well with their red hot month of June.

Ryan Posner writes about how the Rangers are grinding out at-bats and getting clutch hits and all those things that make other fanbases super salty.

Kevin Sherrington writes that these Rangers feel different than the World Series years because they don't have one obvious MVP candidate carrying them.

Jared Sandler checks in with his weekly update on the Rangers and in fact the Rangers haven't lost for the entire week.

Posner notes that A.J. Griffin looks like the leading candidate to make the start on Friday against the Boston Red Sox.

MLB.com's Chris Abshire previews tonight's Interleague contest between the Rangers and Cincinnati Reds as Colby Lewis pitches for the first time since his near perfect game.

Lastly, T.R. Sullivan writes about the 1996 Rangers, who will be honored before tonight's game, and how they were the pioneers of The Hunt for Red October.

Have a nice day!