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Jeff Wilson says that the Texas Rangers are still sniffing around on the trade market, including having interest in Nolan Arenado and Kris Bryant. Wilson says that the Rangers’ lack of concern over Arenado’s home/road splits might indicate that they think the new park is going to be hitter-friendly, which...I’m not sure I get that connection, but okay.
The Rangers signed pitchers Cody Allen and Brandon Mann to minor league deals yesterday, giving the team more bullpen depth.
Willie Calhoun’s improved maturity is part of the reason he’s got a job on the Opening Day roster locked up for the first time in his career.
T.R. Sullivan looks at five mysteries the Rangers have to solve this spring.
Evan Grant writes that the Ranger rotation is, for once, the strength of the team heading into spring training.
Tim Cowlishaw has praise for the Ranger rotation as we get ready for pitchers and catchers to report this coming week.