Rangers starting pitcher Dillon Gee, who attended Cleburne High School, has put together a solid spring while Andrew Cashner has been slowed by upper right biceps soreness.
Rangers starting pitcher Dillon Gee, who attended Cleburne High School, has put together a solid spring while Andrew Cashner has been slowed by upper right biceps soreness. Max Faulkner mfaulkner@star-telegram.com
Rangers starting pitcher Dillon Gee, who attended Cleburne High School, has put together a solid spring while Andrew Cashner has been slowed by upper right biceps soreness. Max Faulkner mfaulkner@star-telegram.com

Dillon Gee proving to be viable option for Rangers’ rotation

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