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MLB: New York Yankees at Texas Rangers Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Rafael Palmiero, at 53 years old, has hit his first homer in more than a decade for the Cleburne Railroaders.

Who would have thought that an elderly pitcher might be prone to the long ball?

The burden of an 18-31 record falls on the players, not Jeff Banister, says Jon Daniels.

Evan Grant collects some questions off Twitter, including “Rougned Odor sucks” which isn’t technically a question and “what will the rotation look like in 2020.”

Kevin Sherrington says that if bunting was good enough for Mickey Mantle, it should be good enough for the Rangers. To which I’d say alcoholism and womanizing were also good enough for Mickey and no one thinks that will improve our record, so who knows.

Cole Hamels says that he could really help out a team with playoff aspirations.

He also grabbed a few cliches from the Crash Davis Cliche Generator about how his job is to win here.

Jurickson Profar and Ronald Guzman both went yard last night, as Profar and Kiner-Falefa continue to make the most of their opportunities.