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Texas Rangers update for Friday, June 5

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The Texas Rangers’ Sammy Sosa points to the heavens as he ap Photo by Jeffery Washington/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/Tribune News Service via Getty Images

Good morning, LSB.

After the statement that the Rangers released on Wednesday on the death of George Floyd, Rangers GM Jon Daniels did a Zoom meeting with the beat writers and expanded on his thoughts about Floyd’s death and about self-evaluation.

Evan Grant writes that the MLB is leaning toward letting local governments decide whether or not fans will be allowed at games in 2020, and, if that’s the case, Texas will probably have fans at games in 2020.

Eno Sarris at The Athletic has a piece up on player development in a corona-impacted season and on what a year without the minor leagues will look like.

MLB Pipeline takes a look at each team’s most hyped left-handed prospects of the past 20 years.

Former major leaguer Carl Crawford was arrested in Houston and is accused of assaulting his girlfriend. That article casually mentions at the end that a woman and her 5-year-old both drowned in Crawford’s pool a week later? Weird.

That’s all this morning. Be well.