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Good morning.

Manny Randhawa recaps the 3-2 sweep-earning victory for the Texas Rangers over the Houston Astros in ten innings on Sunday.

Stefan Stevenson writes that it was Adolis Garcia that came through again with the walk-off as the Astros challenged the rookie phenom to beat them and that’s basically the only thing he’s been doing this month.

Evan Grant writes that the Rangers are starting to get a glimpse of what The Shed can look like with a rowdy crowd as Ei Bombi riled them up this weekend.

Randhawa notes that The Shed is finally serving as the home field while Cowboys QB Dak Prescott has chosen his favorite Ranger.

Grant writes about Mike Foltynewicz being an undersung hero from yesterday as he tossed seven shutout innings in the finale.

Kennedi Landry lists off the five greatest single-game pitching performances in Rangers history.

Jamey Newberg writes that Isiah Kiner-Falefa is on pace to have one of the best seasons at shortstop in team history despite just being some failed catcher prospect, of course.

And MLB dot com names the most indispensable player for each team and you could make the case that it’s probably IKF but there’s no stopping the El Bombi train, baby.

Have a nice day!