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Mike Minor was knocked around a little in yesterday’s game, but said he accomplished what he wanted to do in working on his curveball in the outing.
After the Jose Leclerc extension, Joey Gallo and Nomar Mazara say they want to be Rangers for life and are open to extensions.
Shin-Soo Choo got together with Rougned Odor Thursday morning to watch video of Odor’s home run on Wednesday, and to talk about his entire at bat.
Levi Weaver Jamey Newberg writes that Brock Burke is exciting folks in Rangers camp this spring, and reveals that the Rangers had serious interest in Burke and scouted him aggressively in the run-up to the 2014 draft, when he was a third round pick of the Tampa Bay Rays.
T.R. Sullivan offers some info on new Texas Rangers third baseman Asdrubel Cabrera.
Luke Farrell had surgery Wednesday and has wires holding his broken jaw shut.
Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson, who was signed by the Rangers last summer after they took him in the 39th round of the 2018 draft, is spending a few days in Arizona with the Rangers minor leaguers.
The goal with the under-construction Globe Life Field is to “create a kind of architecture” that is “unique nationally.”
Mississippi State unveiled a statue of Rafael Palmeiro and Will Clark last month.
Globe Life Park is hosting a girls baseball tournament this weekend.
The DMN has notes on Carlos Tocci, Mike Minor, Hunter Pence and Andy Ibanez, and also looks at who’s hot and who’s not.
The Rangers website has notes on Tocci, Minor, Farrell, and Ibanez.