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Wednesday morning Rangers things

T.R. Sullivan writes that Adrian Beltre arrived in the Metroplex last night so he could undergo his physical, the last step before finalizing his 6 year, $96 million deal with the Rangers.

Tim Cowlishaw says that signing Beltre is the highlight of the Rangers' offseason, with Beltre being less risky than Cliff Lee and a defensive upgrade at third base.

Joey Matches looks at the impact of the Beltre signing.

Michael Hindman says this move makes the Rangers better in the short-term, and that Michael Young doesn't deserve to be beatified for agreeing to move to DH.

Evan Grant publishes his Hall of Fame ballot, and explains why he voted for Rafael Palmeiro but not Mark McGwire.

Sullivan has a piece on the Rangers' pending arbitration cases.