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"We'd like to add a presence in the lineup," Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said

TR runs down 10 potential hitters the Rangers couls sign.

The Rangers, with their ownership sale still pending and unlikely to be resolved quickly, are on a tight budget and likely only have about $5-$7 million available. They are also still investigating the starting-pitching market.

Texas would prefer a right-handed bat. But Daniels said the Rangers are not married to that idea. If the Rangers can find a left-handed hitter who improves their offense at the right price, they will settle for that option.


Please no Garret Anderson. No one on the list is all that exciting. They all fall into the low risk/high reward category.

 

Rangers chase hitter.

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