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Now is the winter of our discontent

MLB: Spring Training-Media Day Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning. The Winter Meetings begin in earnest today but with the sagas of Shohei Ohtani and Giancarlo Stanton settled, things are already feeling a little mild on the Hot Stove.

Jeff Wilson writes that, with the remaining top names likely off the menu, the biggest acquisition the Rangers can make the rest of the offseason is your trust which should go over well with the Facebook commenters.

T.R. Sullivan previews the Meetings where the Rangers will continue their never-ending pursuit of pitching.

Levi Weaver looks at the pitchers who could help the Rangers move on after losing out on Shohei Ohtani.

Evan Grant figures that even without Ohtani, the Rangers could still consider non-traditional rotation configurations.

Paul Hoynes adds the Rangers to the growing list of teams rumored to be interested in switch-hitting free agent Carlos Santana.

Weaver, however, gets Jon Daniels to acknowledge that the goal for the rest of the offseason remains pitching focused.

And, lastly, Richard Justice provides seven wild, wacky, zany Winter Meetings predictions, including the Rangers trading for Michael Fulmer.

Have a nice day!