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Texas Rangers pitcher Luke Farrell was struck by a line drive in the ninth inning of yesterday’s game, and was taken to a hospital, with the initial report being that he has a fractured jaw.
Adrian Beltre came to visit his former team yesterday, though he’s not going to pull a Jason Witten and come out of retirement.
Evan Grant has a piece on the work the Rangers are doing with Nomar Mazara in the field and on the base paths, and also indicates that Mazara and Jeff Banister were not meshing last season.
Jeff Wilson offers his initial prediction for the Rangers’ Opening Day roster.
Derek Holland talks about the popularity of Hunter Pence, who got a loud ovation yesterday playing the Giants and their spring home.
Kevin Sherrington writes about former roommates A.J. Preller and Jon Daniels becoming major league baseball general managers.
The Rangers website has notes on Adrian Beltre, Mike Minor, Delino DeShields, and Logan Forsythe.