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Rangers Announce 25-Man Roster for World Series



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    The following information was released by the Texas Rangers on Wednesday afternoon.

    The Texas Rangers have announced the club’s roster for the 2010 World Series against the San Francisco Giants this morning.  Below is a listing of the roster.

    The club has made the following changes from its 2010 American League Championship Series roster:

    • Right-handed pitcher Mark Lowe (#49) added
    • Left-handed pitcher Clay Rapada removed 

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    RH Pitchers (6)
    Neftali Feliz
    Tommy Hunter
    Colby Lewis
    Mark Lowe
    Darren O'Day
    Alexi Ogando 

    LH Pitchers (5)
    Derek Holland
    Michael Kirkman
    Cliff Lee
    Darren Oliver
    C.J. Wilson 

    Catchers (2)
    Bengie Molina
    Matt Treanor

    Infielders (6)
    Elvis Andrus
    Andres Blanco
    Jorge Cantu
    Ian Kinsler
    Mitch Moreland
    Michael Young 

    Outfielders (6)
    Julio Borbon
    Nelson Cruz
    Jeff Francoeur
    Vladimir Guerrero
    Josh Hamilton
    David Murphy 

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    Lowe was acquired from Seattle in the July 9 trade involving Cliff Lee.  He was on the disabled list at the time of the trade, and did not pitch for Texas until the regular season’s final week, as he had just three appearances for the Rangers this year.  Lowe will be looking to make his postseason debut, as he was not on the roster for either of the first two rounds in this postseason.