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Friday morning Rangers things

Front office personnel of the Rangers are going to be meeting next week with the three leading prospective buyers of the team, but not Nolan Ryan or Tom Hicks:

Instead, the three groups apparently will receive a presentation on Rangers operations from general manager Jon Daniels, team attorneys, accountants and other front-office employees.

Apparently, they are shooting for late November for identifying the winning bidder.

Evan Grant writes that the reorganization that has taken place this past week within the front office means a much bigger role, with much more power, for A.J. Preller.  Preller will essentially be overseeing all scouting, which means amateur, international, and pro scouting would all fall under his purview. 

Richard Durrett takes a look at Kevin Millwood, and what the Rangers are looking for out of him in 2010.