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Yesterday’s starter, Matt Bush, wants to be in the rotation in 2018, though the team hasn’t committed to that.

Richard Justice’s list of five teams most likely to surprise this season includes the Rangers.

Anthony Castrovince looks at the seven teams still seeking their first World Series title, a list that, of course, includes Texas.

T.R. Sullivan says Shin-Soo Choo is focused on improving, and says his manager and teammates appreciate what he brings to the team.

Doug Fister is happy he signed early on in the offseason with the Rangers.

Evan Grant says there are positive signs in Rougned Odor’s approach this spring, despite a recent hitless stretch.

Levi Weaver continues his positional preview with a look at the bullpen.

The Houston Astros have returned Rule 5 pick Anthony Gose to the Rangers. Gose will work as a pitcher primarily, but will also get some work in the outfield.

The Rangers appear slated to face Shohei Ohtani in a DH role when they play the Angels on Sunday.

Sullivan’s notes includes stuff on Matt Bush, Doug Fister, Keone Kela, Alex Claudio, Martin Perez and Jake Diekman.

Drew Davison has the S-T’s Surprise Five notes.

Evan’s Stranger Things notes includes a lot of talk about Matt Bush and the outfield defense.