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Monday morning Rangers stuff

The Winter Meetings start today, and although the Rangers have needs to fill, it sounds like they'll be on the sidelines for the time being, since they have no money to spend.

T.R. Sullivan writes that the Rangers are talking to the Marlins about Matt Lindstrom.  Lindstrom throws hard, but didn't have a real good season last year, and is available because he's arbitration-eligible.  Sullivan also mentions that there continues to be discussions about Milton Bradley with the Rangers, but the Rangers aren't going to make that deal if they have to take on money.

MLB Daily Dish talks about the possibility of Bradley going to the Dodgers for Juan Pierre, with Bradley then going to Texas for Kevin Millwood.  That seems unlikely.

Former Ranger manager Whitey Herzog has been voted into the Hall of Fame by the Veteran's Committee.