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Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

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Winter Storm Uri Brings Ice And Snow Across Widespread Parts Of The Nation Photo by Montinique Monroe/Getty Images

Good morning. Pitchers and catchers report to the otherwise blistering Arizona tomorrow. It sure doesn’t look like spring outside in Texas, however.

The Texas Rangers players who are supposed to be in Surprise have already made it there but, as Jeff Wilson writes, some coaches and the front office haven’t been able to escape Texas yet.

Sean Collins writes that new Rangers hurler Dane Dunning is fighting multiple sclerosis by participating in a Rocket League stream on Twitch with the National MS Society.

Dunning, meanwhile, also spoke to Kennedi Landry about how he dealt with having COVID over the holidays.

Evan Grant writes about how the Rangers plan to prepare for pandemic protocols with full spring training workouts scheduled to begin next Monday.

Levi Weaver writes that the Rangers might have to get a little bit weird with their rotation in 2021 after a truncated 2020 season.

Wilson ponders about how Isiah Kiner-Falefa will handle stepping into the shortstop spot in Texas that Elvis Andrus held for 12 years.

The Rangers’ top two selections from the 2020 MLB Draft, Justin Foscue and Evan Carter, are named by Kiley McDaniel as the team’s breakout prospect candidates in 2021.

Wilson previews first base ahead of spring training where the Rangers hope to have solved the position for the first time in basically a decade.

On that note, Andrew Simon picks Nate Lowe among nine other 2021 breakout hitter candidates at MLB dot com.

And, Kennedy picks the five best homegrown drafted Rangers in franchise history.

Be warm!