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Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

Waiting for the Rangers to remember how to hit again

Texas Rangers v Toronto Blue Jays Photo by Mark Blinch/Getty Images

Good morning.

Alexis Brudnicki of MLB dot com writes about the Rangers losing to the Blue Jays 19-4 if you’re a sicko who’s into baseball snuff recaps.

Stefan Stevenson recaps the loss with a quiet Rangers offense on this road trip taking a backseat to a pitching debacle.

Evan Grant writes that Toronto is where it all began for Rangers manager Chris Woodward so the great white north holds a special place for the Texas skipper.

T.R. Sullivan notes that the Rangers will open Globe Life Field to real baseball on March 31, 2020 against the Los Angeles Angels as the newly released 2020 schedule revealed.

Jeff Wilson writes that the Rangers are spending a billion and more dollars to get some AC and can’t even get a season opener at home in the year of their new building.

Mike Rosenbaum and William Boor note for MLB Pipeline that Josh Jung continues to rake for Class-A Hickory in his first summer of professional action.

Grant writes about what the Rangers would like to see from their young hitters in the final stretch of 2019.

Jared Sandler’s SANDbox examines the latest news on the team over the last week while looking forward to what to watch for in these final seven or so weeks of the season.

Grant’s Stock Report is seeing returns on Mike Minor, Emmanuel Clase, and Elvis Andrus but worries that the bubble has burst for Danny Santana.

And, finally, Tim Wood writes about social media star and Nashville Sound Tim Dillard’s endless ability to find joy in baseball.

Have a nice day!