Letters From Spring Training: Texas Rangers

The baseball season nears, and players are reporting to Spring Training. Every year, these month-long camps offer young men a chance to make friends, build campfires, and most importantly, learn how to tie knots. Everyone gets homesick eventually, though. Presenting the fourth  in a month-long series called, "Letters From Spring Training."

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The Rangers are only months removed from their best season in franchise history, but they face a crisis. Are they just the latest in a long line of World Series afterthoughts? What is their legacy? Below, we see the thoughts and deeds of these Rangers as they search for answers.

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For more on the Rangers, check out SB Nation's blog, Lone Star Ball.

Previously on Letters From Spring Training:

Seattle Mariners
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Oakland Athletics

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