Good morning. Today could very well be the final day of the 2020 season.
T.R. Sullivan writes about the trail blazing decision by the Rangers to go with not one, but two pitching coaches for 2021.
Evan Grant writes that the unusual double pitching coach assignment is perhaps just an admittance that being in charge of pitching for the Texas Rangers is a job too big for one person.
Levi Weaver looks into why the Rangers are going with both Doug Mathis and Brendan Sagara as their pitching coaches.
Jeff Wilson runs down how Mathis and Sagara will work together to form the two-headed pitching coach.
Sullivan looks at the state of the pitching in the Rangers’ org to see what Mathis and Sagara have to work with.
Weaver pens the story of Kelly Gavin’s ascension to Adrian Beltre-endorsed member of the Texas Rangers on her way to becoming the official photographer of the World Series this year.
And, Evan Drellich writes about how MLB ownership continues to utilize a pandemic to be extremely short sighted.