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MLB: Seattle Mariners at Texas Rangers Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Willie Calhoun’s failure the other night in a pinch hitting situation is an essential part of the path to learning to fail in all sorts of Major League situations.

Delino Deshields is working his way back through the concussion protocol even though he may not have had a concussion after all.

If Isiah Kiner-Falefa is going to have a future as a Ranger catcher he’s going to have to start making consecutive starts.

Evan Grant ponders the perennial question... “what to do with Jurickson Profar?”

Bengie Molina and Neftali Feliz have been immortalized in what looks to be carbonite in a statue commemorating the Rangers’ first World Series apperance.

Evan’s mailbag column looks at what the Rangers should do in the offseason and the futures of Kiner-Falefa and Profar.

The sun also rises, and the sun also sets.

There were some other bright spots in Colon’s milestone win with Profar and Odor both going yard.

Jurickson Profar’s improved play has come from the confidence he has gained from a rabbit in a waistcoat who convinced him to believe in himself.

If you want to see the new statue of Bengie Molina and Neftali Feliz you can do so on Thursday at the Texas Live! There will also be a free concert by The Toadies, which is one of those things that will definitely make you feel old.

Jeff Wilson says that if Adrian Beltre retires the Rangers have a third baseman in Jurickson Profar, and if he doesn’t the Rangers have a versatile player in Profar.