Still no Rangers sale as of yet.
T.R. Sullivan says that as of Friday night, there was still at least one snag holding things up, but lawyers for both sides are working around the clock to get this done.
I'd insert the YouTube video with a loop of Harrison Ford saying "I already work around the clock!" over and over again here, but for whatever reason, I haven't been able to insert videos into posts for a couple of months.
Jennifer Floyd Engel has a column which is an open letter to Chuck Greenberg, although the column itself is mainly a litany of behaviors of local ownership of late.
Toby Hall has been signed to a minor league deal, to provide insurance in case Jarrod Saltalamacchia isn't ready to go to start the season. Given that the organization doesn't appear to view Max Ramirez as someone who is truly a catcher, it makes sense to have someone at AAA who could come up if someone gets hurt and give you something. Hall missed all of 2009 with a torn labrum, and the Rangers are supposedly still open to adding another veteran catcher to the organization.
Ian Kinsler has praise for the job Jon Daniels and the front office has done this offseason.
Tim Cowlishaw says that, among the Texas Rangers, the player most worth paying money to see perform is Elvis Andrus.
And Ray Buck remembers Bobby Bragan, who died on Thursday at age 92.