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Saturday morning Rangers stuff

So we are continuing to get news and reactions from the recent Rangers moves...

Anthony Andro writes that Rich Harden has set a goal of pitching 200 innings in 2010, and thinks his conditioning and workout program will allow him to do that.

Richard Durrett has video up with his interviews with Jon Daniels and Rich Harden at the ESPN Dallas blog.

T.R. Sullivan writes that the Rangers are waiting to see if John Buck or Dioner Navarro get non-tendered, and will probably pursue either or both of them if they hit the market.

Nolan Ryan has some comments about the value of having a character guy like Mike Lowell in the clubhouse, as Texas and Boston continue to work towards finalizing the Lowell for Max Ramirez trade.  Also, the Rangers have apparently offered Esteban German a contract, and he'll either sign that or be non-tendered today.

Jennifer Floyd Engel has praise for the work the front office is doing under very difficult financial circumstances, and talks about the problems involved with this ongoing ownership mess.