Good morning, LSB.
Nate Lowe is off to a white-hot start in 2021 and Jeff Wilson says a lot of that can be attributed to a plan developed in Spring Training.
Jon Daniels says he believes the Rangers are going to hit the 85% vaccination threshold required by the MLB in order for teams to loosen covid-19 restrictions.
Evan Grant answers a whole bunch of questions from fans, among them discussions on Josh Jung and on the terrible broadcast situation (which has reached Casa de Coylio now, as I’ve been unable to watch Rangers/Mavs on “Bally Sports” for the past few days due to some weird new issue they have going on with streaming devices and AT&T U-Verse).
Kennedi Landry answers fan questions as well pertaining to a floundering Leody Taveras and if an ace is going to emerge out of this rotation.
Speaking of floundering Leody, Keith Law has an update on what the Top 100 prospects have done in the big leagues through the first week of the season.
Lance Lynn balled out last night, is a beast.
And in case you needed an ear worm for the rest of the day, read the story of the 1986 Mets and their failed rap album in the most ‘80s story you’ll read all year.
Your third place Texas Rangers fire up a series with the San Diego Padres tonight at 7:05. Have a nice Friday.