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Emily Cates Joins The Sports Shack To Talk Texas Rangers

 

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Emily Cates from ShutdownInning.com joined The Sports Shack with Scott Fitzgerald and Alan Berger to discuss the Rangers and what has been going on since the season ended with the October 5th loss to Baltimore in the AL Wild Card game.

Cates talked about multiple Ranger topics.  She talked about Rangers bullpen, trading Shortstop Elvis Andrus and how good this past season was with the Rangers 93 wins, but she saw that the end result of the season was coming and that the team looked tired.

Listen to the full interview with Cates, right here on 1340thefan.com.

 

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