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Rangers Minor League Notes (3/6)

Kiker worked a scoreless inning

SURPRISE, Ariz. - Saturday's Spring Training game against the Royals proved to be a nice showcase for a number of Rangers prospects, as most of the big league regulars got the day off. Lone Star Dugout has notes and observations from another day at camp.

The Rangers lost their second consecutive game to the Royals, 2-1, on Sunday afternoon, but it was a great day for those interested in seeing some of the system's top prospects playing against a Major League club. • Although he isn't technically a prospect anymore, left-hander Matt Harrison was easily the most impressive pitcher of the game for the Rangers. Harrison sat between 94-96 mph [or 9...

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