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Good morning.

Evan Grant writes that the Texas Rangers had the biggest offensive turnaround in the league since MLB instituted strict rules on illegal pitching substances and the team doesn’t believe that it is a coincidence.

With the Rangers having the day off yesterday, Levi Weaver took the time to assess where the team stands after a sweep of the Royals and as we near July.

Stefan Stevenson notes that the news from the off day consisted of a whole bunch of injury updates.

Jamey Newberg tells the story of Curtis Terry as the big first baseman nears a call up to the big leagues.

Nick Aguilera looks at the hardest hit home run for each team during the Statcast era where Joey Gallo reigns.

Kiley McDaniel offers a guide for each team ahead of the MLB Draft while determining that the Rangers are in need of starting pitching depth.

And, thanks to Kennedi Landry you can go back and remember each one of the Rangers’ mostly terrible first round selections!

Have a nice day!