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Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

Catching up with the Rangers (get it? like the photo where he’s catching the baseball?)

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Texas Rangers v Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images

Good morning.

Jeff Wilson offers a progress report of sorts for the Rangers after ten games into the 2019 season.

Evan Grant looks into why the Rangers seem to have trouble hitting well away from The Ballpark.

Levi Weaver writes about his time back in Nashville after spending the weekend watching the Rangers’ new Triple-A affiliate.

T.R. Sullivan was unfortunate enough to get to his latest Inbox column on the heels of a three-game losing streak and not after a 5-2 start.

Jamey Newberg writes about the prospects who most impressed over the course of the first weekend of minor league action.

Rangers radio host Jared Sandler is back writing about the Rangers this year at the 105.3 The Fan website. Here’s his debut SANDbox filled with thoughts on how things are going so far this season.

Grant writes that you can breathe a sigh of relief that a top minor league starting pitcher prospect hit the shelf with only a blister. Now, cross your fingers and knock on wood for the next one.

Among Ken Rosenthal’s notes at The Athletic is one examining the Forever Question: When are the Rangers gonna get some starting pitching?

And, lastly, John Paschal at The Hardball Times found a box score in a moving box packing material newspaper of a game between the Rangers and Astros from 2004 and weaved together the threads that followed the Carlos Beltran trade to Houston.

Have a nice day!