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Sunday morning Rangers news and links

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Good morning, folks...

Showing no residual effects from Friday's gutpunch loss, Texas beat the BoSox yesterday, 10-3.

Stefan Stevenson's game story talks about the Rangers knocking around a Boston starting pitcher for the second day in a row.

The Rangers' website game story talks about the Rangers bats coming alive and A.J. Griffin performing in his first start back from the d.l.

Gerry Fraley writes about Sam Dyson's workload, saying that the Blue Jays and the Marlins both moved on from him because of the belief that he wouldn't stay healthy.

David Murphy talks retirement, and how he feels about his years in Texas.

Mac Engel says that the Rangers don't need a retractable roof park, that more fans won't show up just because there's a roof on hot days, and all this is is a way for Ray Davis and Bob Simpson to make more money.

Tracy Ringolsby has a Q&A with Charlie Hough.

Levi Weaver has his Baseball Texas Daily notes.

The S-T's notes talk about Sam Dyson, Jake Diekman, Keone Kela, and Yu Darvish.

The Rangers' website notes includes items on Chi Chi Gonzalez, A.J. Griffin, and Yu Darvish.