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MLB: Spring Training-Texas Rangers at San Francisco Giants Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

T.R. Sullivan’s notes column takes a look at Isiah Kiner-Falefa’s quest to be the Ranger utility infielder and Jordan Lyles’ attempts to add a changeup to his arsenal.

Sullivan also has 6 lingering questions from Spring Training, including “what if Greg Bird and Ronald Guzman are both terrible” and “what happens to Danny Santana if Nick Solak wins the centerfield job?”

Kyle Gibson and Jordan Lyles are hoping to surpass the mediocrity of the typical four and five starters and power the Rangers to wins.

Derek Law is hoping to surpass the mediocrity of the typical NRI and reclaim the lightning in a bottle he harnessed in 2016.

Matt Duffy and Isiah Kiner-Falefa are battling it out to be the utility infielder, but Kiner-Falefa is returning to form after putting the catching experiment behind him.

Jeff Wilson’s notes column discusses how Delino Deshields found out he had been traded for Corey Kluber, and Isiah Kiner-Falefa having more homers than Joey Gallo,

The Rangers’ AAA ballpark in Nashville has a damaged scoreboard but is still expected to be ready for baseball when the season starts.

Levi Weaver is here to throw some abstraction into meaningless Spring Training games.