Per Jeff Wilson of the ST...
Chuck Greenberg, the Pittsburgh sports attorney who for more than a year headed an investment group that gained control of the Texas Rangers' ownership in August, could announce as soon as today that he is resigning to pursue other interests.
A source revealed the news late Thursday. No one reason was given by the source for the stunning development, but Greenberg's method of operations could have created disagreements within the organization, including with team president Nolan Ryan, and among the ownership group and even Major League Baseball.
It became apparent over the weekend that a shakeup could be in the works. Greenberg was not involved in functions with the ownership group and key advertising representatives during meetings in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Greenberg's departure comes just shy of the seven-month mark of MLB's unanimously approving