Carl Jung described a phenomenon known as synchronicity, whereby events seemingly having no causal relationship are meaningfully related. He referred to them as “meaningful coincidences” or “acausal parallelism.”
Jung may or may not have had in mind three Rangers beat writers all providing content on August 15, 2018, in the form of fielding questions from readers.
Levi Weaver did a live Q&A over at The Athletic at lunch time today, fielding a metric crapload of questions, with a particular focus on minor league pitching and future pitching acquisitions, how aggressive the Rangers will be in pursuing free agent pitching this offseason, and whether Martin Perez will be back.
T.R. Sullivan has an Inbox column up that leads off with a question about whether the Rangers will be aggressive in pursuing pitching in free agency this offseason, given the strides made by the young position players, whether Martin Perez will be back, and whether Jurickson Profar should play center field.
And Evan Grant fields questions in an #EvanHelpUs column that includes (see if you can spot a trend here) whether the Rangers will be aggressive in pursuing free agent pitching, whether Martin Perez will be back, whether Jurickson Profar should play center field, and what the minor league pitching situation is like.