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Who to follow on Twitter for World Series: Rangers edition

Oct 17, 2011, 1:21 PM EDT

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If you’re anywhere close to as obsessed with Twitter as I am you’ll want to add a bunch of Cardinals and Rangers reporters, writers, and bloggers to your follow list for the next couple weeks.

At the risk of leaving out some deserving folks, here’s a list of recommended Rangers follows for the World Series (for the Cardinals version, click here):

- @sullivan_ranger: MLB.com’s Rangers beat reporter, T.R. Sullivan, who’s one of the best in the business.

- @espn_durrett: Richard Durrett covers the Rangers for ESPN Dallas and is one of HBT’s most-linked-to writers because he churns out a ton of interesting content.

- @evan_p_grant: Dallas Morning News beat reporter Evan Grant.

- @aandro: Anthony Andro, who covers the Rangers for FOXSportsSouthwest after formerly doing the same for the Fort Worth Star Telegram.

- @newbergreport: Jamey Newberg from Newberg Report, which is one of the best, most respected and longest-running team sites around.

- @rangersradiobd: Rangers radio guy Bryan Dolgin.

- @jeffwilson_fwst: Fort Worth Star Telegram beat reporter Jeff Wilson.

- @lonestarball: His readers aren’t exactly big fans of mine, but Adam Morris of Lone Star Ball is a top notch blogger/tweeter.

- @bbtia: Joey Matschulat from Baseball Time in Arlington, which is the official Rangers blog of ESPN.com.

- @professorparks: Baseball Prospectus writer, podcast co-host, and Rangers fan Jason Parks.

- @str8edgeracer: Some guy who’ll be starting Game 1 for the Rangers.

Note: Again, my apologies for leaving good people off the list. Feel free to complain to me via Twitter.

  1. Old Gator - Oct 17, 2011 at 2:07 PM

    Looks just like that stupid little bird that blew up in the princess’ face in Shrek.

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