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Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

The latest news and notes on the back-to-back American League West Champion Texas Rangers

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Good morning.

Levi Weaver recaps the 6-2 loss to the Astros that got away from the Rangers last night.

T.R. Sullivan, fresh off threats from Alex Bregman, writes that the Rangers were sloppy and it proved costly.

Stefan Stevenson reacts to the return of the Silver Boot Savagery that has become the Lone Star Series.

Evan Grant writes that the Rangers and Astros played a game and stuff happened.

Sullivan writes about the benches clearing which wasn’t as fun as that one time the benches cleared and Jeff Banister pointed at folks.

Stevenson writes about Jurickson Profar’s demotion to Triple-A Round Rock where the Rangers want him to build back some of his value, by playing shortstop every day, for when they finally trade him to A.J. Preller for almost nothing and we take to the drink.

Matt Fisher somehow wrote more than five words on the Rangers acquiring Pete Kozma that weren’t just The Rangers Acquired Pete Kozma.

As Stevenson notes, our punishment for the Rangers realizing Yu Darvish can throw more than 82 pitches is making us wait an extra day to see Yu Darvish pitch.

Weaver’s Baseball Texas Daily could be named the Baseball Texas Monthly as he reviews the month of April.

Sullivan previews tonight’s second round as Cole Hamels suits up for Texas against Mike Fiers of Houston.

And, lastly, though it seems impossible that the Silver Boot could possibly be any more valuable, Grant notes that the Texas Lottery Commission is stuffing it with money.

Have a nice day!