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MLB: Texas Rangers-Workouts Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

There are a lot of questions about what will happen to a player that happens to test positive for COVID-19 while on a road trip, with the general answer given during a AL/NL West conference call being that the hosting team would take responsibility for housing, testing, and treating the player.

Jayson Stark has eight numbers that will define the 2020 season.

Kevin Sherrington’s exhibition game experience at Globe Life Field was a little weird, what with their being no fans present, but he thinks the new park will grow on you.

Yesterday was a preview of the Opening Day lineup, and while fans may love to crap on Rougned Odor maybe they should direct their ire at Elvis Andrus.

No Rangers made any symbolic protests during the national anthem yesterday, but it has been discussed.

Todd Frazier is, for the time being, the answer to the Ronald Guzman / Greg Bird debate.

Three fans got to watch yesterday’s exhibition at the new park.

Kyle Gibson had trouble keeping the ball in the park yesterday, probably due to giving up an uncharacteristic number of fly balls.

Todd Frazier is happy to switch to first on the merits of Isiah Kiner-Falefa’s strong spring and summer camps.