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Omar Beltre and Alexi Ogando Finally to Report to ST!

Rangers officials have been told that the pair, who have been banned from the U.S. since 2005 for their part in facilitating a Dominican Republic-based human trafficking ring with sham weddings, will be given waivers to enter the U.S. for the 2010 season. Once cleared to enter the country, the players will petition to be removed from MLB's restricted list, which is considered more a formality than a major hurdle. They are expected at spring training in Surprise, Ariz., in less than three weeks.

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