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ARLINGTON, TX - APRIL 05:  Starting Pitcher Scott Feldman #39 of the Texas Rangers throws against the Toronto Blue Jays on Opening Day at Rangers Ballpark on April 5, 2010 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
ARLINGTON, TX - APRIL 05: Starting Pitcher Scott Feldman #39 of the Texas Rangers throws against the Toronto Blue Jays on Opening Day at Rangers Ballpark on April 5, 2010 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
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Game 2 tonight.  I'm fired up.  Woo-hoo!!!

Rich Harden takes the mound tonight, and there are a lot of concerns about his poor spring, but Jeff Wilson writes that Harden is not among those concerned.  Harden says he feels good, has adapted to the Rangers' throwing program, and is ready to go.  We shall see tonight...

Tim Cowlishaw writes that, while the Rangers' have young pitching on the way, the rotation is anchored by guys like Harden, C.J. Wilson, and Colby Lewis, who are in their late-20s or, in the case of Colby, actually have already turned 30, horror of horrors.

MLB has requested that outstanding issues between Hicks Sports Group and the creditors of HSG, which is holding up the completion of the sale of the team to Chuck Greenberg, be resolved by the end of the week.

T.R. Sullivan has a story up about Greenberg, and how he is eager to take over and get involved with running the team.

Gerry Fraley did a chat session yesterday and, among other things, compared Neftali Feliz to Matt Anderson, the former Detroit Tiger top prospect who threw 100 mph but ended up a bust.

Richard Durrett also did a chat session yesterday.