On the resurgence of the Texas offense post-Calhoun's promotion... (Editor's note: This episode took place prior to Willie Calhoun's quadriceps injury Tuesday night.) Grant: [7:08] "What became incumbent when Willie Calhoun came up here was that the underlying message was that Rougned Odor and Nomar Mazara start moving in the right direction. And I will say this, over the last seven games, Odor's had four home runs, 11 RBIs, and a 1.081 OPS. Mazara has been even hotter. So, there was some underlying message that, hey, there's some competition that we can create here. And I would say that both of those guys have responded. And that was something that the Rangers really wanted to see." Moore: "Responded?
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