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Tuesday a.m. Rangers things

And the winter meetings continue...

Marlon Byrd turned down arbitration, and T.R. Sullivan writes that the Rangers have a "sliver of hope" that they can bring him back.  Pudge Rodriguez will not be back, since he signed a 2 year, $6 million deal with the Nationals.

Jeff Wilson writes about the outfield alignment for next year, with Julio Borbon apparently slated to hit leadoff and play centerfield.

Richard Durrett says that there's a lot of talk about Kevin Millwood being shopped, but he doesn't think the Rangers will  move him.

Sullivan says the D-Backs offered Chris Snyder for C.J. Wilson, and were politely told no.

There's also a story up about how popular the Rangers' pitching depth among other teams.