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Willie Calhoun says it would be “frustrating” to start the season at AAA Nashville, though that appears to be where he’s heading, barring an injury to one of the starting OF/DH guys for the Texas Rangers.
Chris Woodward talks about the Calhoun situation and what he’d say to Willie if he has to send him down.
The Rangers are determining how best to structure the order of their rotation for the beginning of the season.
Delino DeShields explains the story behind his new tattoos.
New Ranger reliever Zach McAllister works to raise money for “Advocates for Access,” a non-profit that helps people with disabilities live independently.
Jeff Wilson breaks down five key roster decisions that are still to be made.
Preston Beck set a dubious record yesterday.
The S-T has their “Surprise Five” from yesterday, including a prediction that DeMarcus Evans pitches in the majors this year.
The Rangers website has notes on “the opener,” Shelby Miller, Drew Smyly, a lefty out of the bullpen, and Matt Davidson.