Two quick notes from the Rangers' workout on Sunday via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram 's Anthony Andro's Twitter feed .
1. The Rangers haven't set their rotation for the World Series past Cliff Lee starting Game 1 on Wednesday. C.J. Wilson and Colby Lewis will start, but the order isn't set.
2. Vladimir Guerrero will start one of the two games for the Rangers in San Francisco.
Guerrero played 18 games in the outfield for the Rangers this season, 17 in right field.
If Jonathan Sanchez pitches Game 2, look for Guerrero to start that game. Guerrero crushed left-handers this season, hitting .338/.395/.536 against lefties with seven homers in 151 at-bats. David Murphy has been better against right-handers, with 11 of his 12 homers coming against right-handed pitchers. His batting average and on-base percentage is better than Guerrero's against right-handers, and his slugging is just three points lowers (.482 vs. .479).
UPDATE: MLB.com's T.R. Sullivan has an update with some of the Rangers' other questions. The biggest one may be in the bullpen.
The Rangers may drop one of their four left-handed bullpen arms for the World Series roster against the more right-handed Giants. Mark Lowe, Scott Feldman and Dustin Nippert are the choices as right-handed bullpen arms.
-- C. Trent Rosecrans
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