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Evan Grant looks at the Robinson Chirinos/Matt Kemp collision, and subsequent brouhaha, and tries to determine who is at fault, or if anyone is.
Jamey Newberg has a story at the Athletic about Rangers’ fourth rounder Mason Englert, and the unique and tragic family history the Englerts have.
Jeff Wilson looks at current Rangers who could be dealt between now and the trade deadline.
Willie Calhoun, an acquisition at last year’s trade deadline, has been heating up, and credits baserunning coach Damon Mashore with helping him get back on track.
MLB.com’s story on five A.L. West players poised for turnarounds identifies Rougned Odor as that player for the Texas Rangers. Everyone go in the comments and discuss, because the subject of Rougned Odor and his struggles and whether he will turn it around hasn’t been talked about enough around here.
Gerry Fraley says Colorado’s Trevor Story exemplifies why the Rangers draft shortstops.
The Rangers’ website notes talk about Hanser Alberto and newly signed Ranger draft picks.