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Monday Morning Texas Rangers Update

Here’s to a better week of baseball

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Good morning.

Evan Grant writes that the losses and strikeouts are piling up for the Rangers after getting swept by the Astros on Sunday.

Alyson Footer wrote about Sunday’s loss for MLB dot com with manager Chris Woodward hoping the team can stay positive despite the recent tailspin.

Stefan Stevenson writes about the team meeting with Woodward hoping to see the Rangers stick together through what has been the roughest stretch of the 2019 season results-wise.

Grant notes that defacto closer Shawn Kelley exited yesterday’s contest with arm pain that he experienced during warmup pitches and will be re-evaluated this week.

Stevenson writes that the Rangers probably made a potentially difficult deadline direction decision much easier for the front office with the weekend sweep in Houston.

MLB Pipeline’s Mike Rosenbaum notes that Bubba Thompson had another nice day at the plate for the High A Down East Wood Ducks.

And, finally, there’s still time to help the Dallas Morning News select the All-Globe Life Era Rangers team from over the last 26 years.

Have a nice day!