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MLB: Texas Rangers at Chicago White Sox Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning.

Levi Weaver writes that the Rangers lost a series to the Chicago White Sox and Jeff Banister acknowledges that that shouldn’t happen.

Drew Davison wonders if you lose a four game series to the worst team in baseball, collect just two hits in the finale, and go scoreless for the final 14 frames of the series, what does that make you?

Evan Grant writes that the Rangers were the second to last team in the Majors to get shut out after Sunday’s 3-0 loss but they are also scoring two or fewer runs in over a third of their games.

Jeff Arnold writes for MLB dot com that Mike Minor had a good outing at the very least.

Now that Ariel Jurado has been dumped back in Frisco, Grant tries to unscramble the Rangers’ upcoming rotation.

Davison’s reaction to the last few days from the Rangers is hey at least Bartolo Colon is pitching tonight.

Grant notes that Colon can inch closer to some cool milestones in his start tonight against New York.

And, lastly, Jamey Newberg takes a look at some of the recent trades the Rangers have made and how they’ve panned out for the other team.

Have a nice day!