Rangers more likely to trade for help than spend.

Rangers more likely to trade for help than spend.

Rangers more likely to trade for help than spend.

Ken Rosenthal and Jon Paul Morosi of Fox Sports writes that the Rangers don't have much payroll flexibility due to approaching arbitration players. They write that the Rangers will more likely pursue Garza, Gonzalez, or Davis than spend on Fielder or Darvish. The write "Once the Rangers add the salaries of their nine players who are eligible for arbitration, their payroll likely will surpass $105 million, according to projections by Cot’s Baseball Contracts and Their Opening Day payroll last season was $92.3 million."

Jeff Wilson tweets "#Rangers are not in on Prince Fielder, says Nolan Ryan." @JeffWilson_FWST

Other notes.

Anthony Andro tweets "Rangers non-tender RHP Fabio Castillo. Spent all of 2011 in Frisco." @aandro

Jon Heyman tweets "#rangers are in on mike gonzalez (and knowing them, a million other things, too)" @JonHeymanCBS


By Truth and rumors
Tuesday, 13 Dec 2011


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  • cherbabels said: The trade will be a little bit controversial. The player is not expected to be traded, but he did. - Roger Stanton 9:40PM 03/26/14
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