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Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

Wash your hands again!

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Good morning.

Jeff Wilson writes that MLB finally acknowledged that the regular season will be delayed until mid-May at the earliest due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

Hannah Keyser reports that no baseball games potentially means no paychecks for stadium workers who depend on the income over the summer.

Wilson provides a handy FAQ to guide folks with queries about how the Rangers will handle this unprecedented stoppage.

While rapidly developing information has changed plans for major leaguers daily, Chris Cwik writes that minor leaguers are being left in limbo.

Levi Weaver writes that we were at last seeing the light at the end of the baseball offseason tunnel but it turns out that it was just the headlights of a fast approaching train.

T.R. Sullivan writes about the five storylines that were developing in Surprise at Rangers camp during spring training.

Assuming they don’t just postpone the draft altogether, Keith Law ranks the top 30 MLB Draft prospects.

The MLB Pipeline crew lists a prospect from each club who impressed at spring training this year.

And, finally, with no baseball ahead of us for now, Jared Sandler takes a look back at the memorable AL West-clinching Game 162 win by the Rangers in 2015.

Have a nice day!