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Wednesday morning Rangers things

The Rangers interviewed Rusty Greer yesterday for the position of hitting coach, the first of what is thought to be interviews with eight potential candidates.  I don't really have an opinion on any of them.

Matt Harrison was back on the mound yesterday, for the AFL Surprise Rafters, and says he's feeling good and wants to get his innings in.  Harrison, coming back from Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, seems like to start 2010 in AAA, given his struggles in 2009 and the time he missed, but I suspect that, if he does, he'll be the pitcher most likely to be brought up if someone in the rotation struggles or goes down.

Richard Durrett talks about the middle relief options for the Rangers in 2010, along with their setup options.