Opening Day in good hands for Texas Rangers if Lance Lynn pitches like he did Tuesday

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Opening Day in good hands for Texas Rangers if Lance Lynn pitches like he did Tuesday
Opening Day in good hands for Texas Rangers if Lance Lynn pitches like he did Tuesday

Seven months ago, just before the pre-Christmas trade for Corey Kluber, the Texas Rangers believed they had the kind of starting rotation that could carry them to the postseason in the 2020 MLB season. They believed that five months ago when they headed to Arizona for spring training, and four months ago when camp was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. That hasn't changed ahead what is now a 60-game season, and what has transpired the past five days at Globe Life Field has only reinforced the notion. Each of the five projected starters have pitched. Lance Lynn, the Opening Day starter, made his first camp appearance Tuesday, but had sneaked in four innings Thursday before spring training

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