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The Texas Rangers beat the Oakland A’s by a score of 6-3 yesterday.

Levi Weaver’s game story talks about Martin Perez avoiding the big inning yesterday.

Jeff Wilson has his Rangers Reaction, and writes that Perez is hoping to take a big step forward this year.

Evan Grant talks about how the Rangers straightened things out yesterday after a rough first week.

Adrian Beltre passed Rod Carew yesterday to claim the record for most hits in MLB history by a player from Latin America, a record Beltre is proud of.

The Rangers opted to send Jose Leclerc down to AAA yesterday to make room for Perez on the roster, which allowed them to keep Bartolo Colon in the bullpen.

Longtime Ranger scout Roger Coryell, who scouted Ryan Rua, Phil Klein and Jared Hoying, among others, died yesterday of complications from a stroke.

The Rangers announced their player-development contract with Frisco has been extended through 2020.

The Rangers website has notes on Bartolo Colon, Jose Leclerc, Martin Perez, Robinson Chirinos, Tony Barnette, and David Hurlbut.