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Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

The World Series returns to Arlington!

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Good morning.

The Shed will host the World Series beginning tonight but the Texas Rangers won’t be there to bask in the Fall Classic. Evan Grant writes that the Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays can present attractive blueprints for Texas to follow as they continue to seek a path back to October glory.

Jamey Newberg takes a stab at projecting a 2021 roster for the Rangers as he looks at the present and future of each position.

Grant notes that Hans Crouse is not at instructional league camp for “positive personal reasons” while a healthy Chris Seise has been making an impression.

T.R. Sullivan writes that the Rangers are making headway in naming a new pitching coach after they decided to let Julio Rangel go a few weeks ago.

And, Grant writes that the Rangers were able to avoid a COVID outbreak at their Instructional League camp last week.

Be well!