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Rangers' Tyson Ross: Unlikely to pitch until mid-March
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Ross (shoulder) probably won't be on a mound until mid-March, Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports.

Ross has been steadily progressing in gaining back strength from thoracic outlet syndrome surgery, but it seems he'll start the season behind other Rangers pitchers. It's still unknown when the right-hander will be able to return to game action, but it will likely be in the latter stages of April. With Ross out indefinitely, expect A.J. Griffin and Dillon Gee to compete for the final spot in the rotation.

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Rangers' Yu Darvish: Re-incorporating split-finger fastball
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Darvish is planning to re-incorporate the split-finger fastball into his pitching repertoire, Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports.

He used the pitch intermittently before undergoing Tommy John surgery in 2015 and pitching coach Doug Brocail asked him not to incorporate it last season. Darvish had a down year in 2016, posting a career-worst 3.41 ERA and 132 strikeouts in 17 starts. The repertoire change may not induce a miracle, but it provides another weapon for the Rangers ace.

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Rangers' Elvis Andrus: Participating in all baseball activities
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Andrus (groin) says he is working out at 80-90 percent of full strength and participating in all baseball activities, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.

The veteran shortstop underwent sports hernia surgery this offseason, but says he has no limitations on his workouts thus far and simply needs to build up his strength. Andrus is coming off perhaps the best season of his career, in which he slashed .302/.362/.439 and contributed 69 RBI. Expect the Rangers to be cautious with easing him back into action.

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Rangers' Adrian Beltre: Not ruling out playing first round of WBC
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Beltre (calf) says he is still hoping to play in the first round of the World Baseball Classic, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.

The news is contrary to a Rangers press release which said Beltre would sit out for the first round. The slugger has a Grade 1 calf strain, but remains adamant that he could still be ready to play by Mar. 9, the Dominican Republic's first game of the tournament. Beltre has dealt with calf issues in the past, so monitor the injury closely going forward.

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Rangers' Adrian Beltre: Will miss first round of World Baseball Classic
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Beltre (calf) has already been ruled out for the first round of the World Baseball Classic, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.

A Grade 1 calf strain for Beltre was announced Friday morning, but until the Rangers released a press release Friday night his status for the tournament's first round was still up in the air. Given Beltre's age and history of calf injuries, it's no surprise that all parties -- the Dominican Republic team, Beltre himself, and the Rangers -- want to play it safe in the first round. He is considered questionable for the World Baseball Classic's later rounds.

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2016 Team Leaders
AVGElvis Andrus , SS.302
HRRougned Odor , 2B33
RBIAdrian Beltre , 3B104
OBPElvis Andrus , SS.362
SLGAdrian Beltre , 3B.521
RIan Desmond , CF107
SBElvis Andrus , SS24
WCole Hamels , SP15
ERACole Hamels , SP3.32
WHIPCole Hamels , SP1.31
KCole Hamels , SP200
SVSam Dyson , RP38

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