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Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

The ‘70s are alive and well in Arlington because the Rangers are bringing back Bush

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Good morning.

T.R. Sullivan writes that the Rangers have brought back Matt Bush, and also signed Twitter favorite Tim Dillard, among four Minor League signings on Monday.

Jeff Wilson writes that Bush always figured that he would be back with Texas even after they removed him from the roster last month.

Sullivan has the story on several Rangers making their annual visit to spread holiday cheer with children at the Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth.

Wilson has more on the Rangers’ visit, including quotes from Matt Bush who was already involved in the cheer-spreading on the same day he re-signed.

Stephen Young over at the Dallas Observer writes that the Rangers are quietly having a successful winter.

Wilson notes that Willie Calhoun is getting in better shape this offseason in preparation for what has to be the most important season of his young career as he looks to find at-bats in Texas.

And, lastly, Ken Rosenthal’s latest rumors includes a note on the possible future trade fate of Jurickson Profar and Mike Minor.

Have a nice day!