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Monday Morning Texas Rangers Update

Welcome to the beginning of the end

Texas Rangers v Los Angeles Angels Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images

Good morning.

T.R. Sullivan recaps the 7-2 Rangers win over the Angels where Kyle Cody got his first big league win.

Jeff Wilson writes that Sunday’s victory was a glimpse at the future as Texas was led by its young rookies.

Evan Grant writes that, in the pre-apocalypse days, players like Sam Huff, Anderson Tejeda, and Cody were likely hoping to be finished with a successful season in Double-A right about now but were instead starring in a big league victory yesterday.

Wilson reacts to the Rangers youngsters coming through on Sunday in a big day and weekend overall for sports in the DFW area.

Sullivan has notes on Leody Taveras emerging as a leadoff hitter, Nick Solak’s power outage, and one of three PTBNLs now being named from the Mets.

Wilson is also on the reinvigorated Leody hype train as the 22 year old is more than holding his own in his first big league action.

And, lastly, what is there to be excited for in the final week of the 2020 regular season for the Rangers? Well, you get to see the site of the 2020 World Series!

Be well!