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Monday 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 writes that the Rangers lost 3-2 yesterday despite Adrian Beltre's two-homer day. Beltre is hitting .327/.391/.630 in the second half because he is immortal.

Jeff Wilson recaps the loss but accentuates the positives as Colby Lewis and Tanner Scheppers both pitched well for Texas.

Evan Grant writes that the finale from Anaheim had a kind of Spring Training feel to it with the Rangers using a getaway day lineup.

MLB.com's Abbey Mastracco writes that Colby was especially grateful to make his return on Sept. 11.

Wilson takes a look at the upcoming series against Houston with the Rangers having a chance to put the Astros away.

Grant has notes on Tony Barnette's status, Martin Perez's road woes, and the fate of Michael Roth.

Mastracco previews tonight's game between the Rangers and Astros with Perez taking the mound against Doug Fister.

Finally, as Grant writes, yes Carlos Gomez is aware he's going to get booed at Minute Maid. In fact, he's already used to it.

Have a nice day.