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2010 Texas Rangers
Major league affiliations
Location
2010 information
Owner(s)Tom Hicks
Manager(s)Ron Washington
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The Rangers Ballpark in Arlington opening day 4/6/2009

"My expectations today are that we're going to be extremely competitive and if we don't win our division, I'll be disappointed." Team President Nolan Ryan[1]

The Texas Rangers' 2010 season will be the 50th season in franchise history. The Rangers will be competing to win the AL West for the first time since 1999.

Contents

Offseason

Rudy Jaramillo turned down a 1 year extension and took the hitting coach position with the Chicago Cubs.

The Rangers signed Clint Hurdle for the position of hitting coach.

Ivan Rodriguez signed a 2 year deal with the Washington Nationals. The Rangers received a compensation draft pick for Rodriguez who was a type B free agent. The other type B free agent on the Rangers, Marlon Byrd, signed a 3 year deal with the Chicago Cubs, re-joining his hitting instructor Jaramillo.

Omar Vizquel signed with the Chicago White Sox, as well as Andruw Jones. Neither free agent met type A or B status so Texas received no compensation for their departures.

At the winter meetings Jon Daniels made headline moves when Texas traded Kevin Millwood and $3 million to the Baltimore Orioles for pitcher Chris Ray and a PTBNL. The Orioles later selected Ben Snyder in the rule 5 draft from the San Francisco Giants and sent Snyder to the Rangers to complete the trade.

Following the Millwood trade, the Rangers signed Rich Harden to a 1 year deal. The contract includes a mutual 2nd year option. Michael Young told the media his new teammate “…has the best stuff in the league. I didn't say some of the best stuff. I mean the best stuff I've seen.”(http://espn.go.com/dallas/columns/rangers/blog/_/post/4747634) Harden was not offered arbitration by his former club, the Cubs, so Texas did not lose a draft pick to sign the type A free agent.

One trade that was not finalized would have sent Mike Lowell and approximately $9 million in cash to the Rangers and the Red Sox would have received AAA catcher Max Ramirez. The trade was cancelled after a physical discovered an injury to Lowell's thumb that would require surgery.[2]

Vladimir Guerrero signed a 1 year contract with Texas with a mutual 2nd year option. Guerrero will be the DH and will presumably hit 5th behind Hamilton.

The Rangers signed Khalil Greene to a 1 year contract. Greene will be the utility infielder. He meets a need for the team by being able to play 3B and SS, backing up Michael Young and Elvis Andrus. On January 14 the Rangers and Colby Lewis agreed to a two year deal. The former Rangers draft pick spent the previous 2 years pitching in Japan where he led the league in strikeouts both seasons and issued only 46 walks in a total of 354 1/3 innings pitched.[3] When Greene and Lewis are added to the rosters, 2 players currently on the 40-man roster will have to be removed. Potential candidates are Joaquin Aris, Luis Mendoza, and Joe Inglett. All three players are out of options meaning each would have to make the 25-man roster out of spring training, or clear waivers after being designated for assignment in order to remain with the Rangers. On January 21 it was reported the Rangers designated OF Greg Golson for assignment.[4] Golson was later traded to the New York Yankees for a minor league infielder.[5] On January 25 Inglett was designated for assignment to make room for Lewis on the 40-man roster.[6]

All-Star 2nd baseman Ian Kinsler had praise for the offseason moves made by the front office. He acknowledged hating to lose Millwood, but recognizes how the moves have made 2010 the year the Rangers could win the division.
We basically covered every question we had going into the off-season, with very little spending money. JD made some very smart moves at the winter meetings. You never like to see a teammate get traded, especially someone who did so much for the organization in four years like Kevin, but JD and the rest of his guys thought that move was necessary. When we were able to get Vlad ... the signings we had before that were exciting, but to be able to get Vlad, it just got us all excited. We realize that this is our year. It's all up to us now.[7][8]

Financial problems

Rangers owner Tom Hicks' company, Hicks Sporting Group, defaulted on loan payments in 2008 or 2009. [9] Although Hicks has maintained the Rangers are not being affected by the financial transactions, the Rangers have been hampered by the financial troubles of HSG.

Most notable was the Rangers inability to sign[10] their 2009 1st round draft pick Matt Purke[1]. After the deadline passed it was reported the Rangers offered Purke a $4 million dollar bonus[11], 2 less than what Purke was reported[12] to be demanding prior to the draft. However, a conflicting report by Randy Galloway says MLB rejected the Rangers contract offer[13] and told Purke that the Rangers would only be allowed to offer a $2.4 million dollar offer. Hicks later told the Dallas Morning News that the Rangers did offer Purke a $4.0 million dollar offer and MLB had no influence over the dollar amounts[14], however, the exact details of the 4.0 offer Hicks alluded to were not described, and those may have been a determining factor as to why Purke did not sign.

By September speculation had begun to build about MLB forcing the Rangers to shut down front rotation man Kevin Millwood before he surpassed his inning threshold that would vest his 2010 option for $12 million.[15]

Hicks did admit that the Rangers had received some advances from MLB[16], but that the money borrowed would be repaid out of future earning due the team at the end of the year.

Another major problem for the Rangers following the 2009 season was the refund for prepaid post season tickets. Some fans did not receive refunds from the Rangers until late December, even after the team failed to make the post season in August.[17]

During the winter meetings Daniels told the press that the financial problems the Rangers are under are much like operating under a salary cap. These problems are why the Rangers had to trade Millwood before being able to make the Harden signing official. An increase was made to the team budget after the New Year when the ownership sale was finalized between Hicks and Greenberg/Ryan.[18]

Ryan spoke about the financial constraints the team was under after the sale agreement was completed.
We were required to have any expenditure that was not budgeted for had to be approved and also any signing outside of the slot limit had to be approved. There were obviously some restrictions that other clubs weren't under. MLB did not want to affect the normal day-to-day operations. It really did not encumber us to the point where we couldn't do anything. They realized we needed to run as usual as much as we possibly could.[19]

Ownership sale

Hicks has been looking for someone to sell partial ownership for the club since just prior to the default on the loan was reported. By the 2009 season Hicks was possibly forced to find a buyer for the team. Three known bids were put in for the ownership of the Rangers. Ex agent Dennis Gilbert, Houston business man Jim Crane, and a partnership of Chuck Greenberg and Nolan Ryan placed bids believed to be around $500 million for the purchase of the team. Hicks offered exclusive negotiation rights to the Greenburg/Ryan group with a purchase expected to be complete prior to or following the start of the 2010 season.

During the bidding process it was discovered Ryan, as president of the club, was not under contract but working only on a handshake deal with Hicks, and that he would step down from the front office if another bidder were to win. After talks with Gilbert, Ryan later said he would not step down unless asked by the new owner to do so.

The winter owners meeting was held prior to the end of the 30-day exclusive negotiation between Hicks and Greenburg. Representing the Rangers at the meeting, Hicks told the media "You're not getting rid of us"[20] indicating the known desire for Hicks and his family to remain minority owners of the Rangers after a sale is completed.

The 30-day negotiating period ended on January 14, 2010 with no announcement about the pending sell. Hicks, with no pending threat to his control of the Rangers or Dallas Stars, did not finalize a deal while he tries to find a way, possibly by raising additional capital, to maintain control of the Rangers.[21] On Saturday January 16 Ryan and Greenberg released a joint statement regarding the sale of the MLB club saying they were "on the verge of an agreement."

We have made extraordinary progress the last couple of weeks and have come too far to walk away now. We are fully committed and prepared to work around the clock if that’s what it takes to reach a final agreement. We are at a point where deals get done as long as both parties share a desire to cross the finish line together. There just isn't much left to resolve.[22]

It was reported on January 23 the sale agreement had been completed. Early indication are Tom Hicks will remain a minority owner with the club, but it is questionable he will have a seat on the new board of directors, something he has stated he wanted. Approval from the executive and ownership committee, the banks who are owed money by HSG, and 75% of MLB owners is still required before the sale is finalized.[23][24][25] The new company will be called Rangers Baseball Express. Greenberg will serve as CEO and Managing Partner, Ray Davis and Bob Simpson will be Co-Chairmen of the Board. Rangers Baseball Express has also acquired approximately 153 acres of land adjacent to the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington and Cowboys Stadium. A separate company owned by Hicks previously owned the land. [26] After the land sale was announced, Hicks was sued by a former partner over the land. The former partner claims Hicks never dissolved the partnership that was formed when the two groups were planning the Glorypark.[27]

Greenberg posted the following on his Facebook page:
Tonight was a big night for Nolan Ryan and me as we signed the definitive agreement to purchase the Texas Rangers. Thank you to everyone for your incredible support and encouragement over the last few months. Nolan and I can't wait to get started in our efforts to bring Rangers fans everywhere what you have waited for ...all these years. Thanks again and.... See you at the Ballpark!....... Chuck[28]

A report by Jon Heyman lists the sale price at $570 million.[29]At least one group whose approval is needed, Monarch Alternative Capital, has failed to sign off on the sale. Monarch Alternative Capital, which purchased a portion of Hicks Sports Group's debt after HSG defaulted, thinks Hicks passed up on a better purchase deal from Jim Crane, who was speculated to have made a higher offer.[30]

Regular season

Farm system rankings

Among baseball publications the top four Ranger prospects are all agreed upon, with Naftali Feliz most often being #1 and Tanner Scheppers being number #4 and all four are consistently ranked as top 100 or top 50 prospects.Neftali Feliz;Justin Smoak;Martin Perez;Tanner Scheppers.

Jamey Newberg[31] and Baseball America[32] have Smoak ahead of Perez. Baseball Time in Arlington listed Perez ahead of Smoak.[33]

Keith Law, who ranked the Rangers as having the number 1 farm system[34] listed them in his top 100 with Perez being the highest of the four coming in at #7 overall in baseball.[35]

MLB.com’s top 50 players also included the Rangers prospects. [36]

MLB Fanhouse ranked the Rangers system number 2[37] and listed them in their top 100 as well.[38][39]

Baseball America had the Rangers farm system ranked the second best behind Tampa Bay.[40] Two of their main writers John Manuel [41] and Jim Callis [42] have stated they consider the Rangers to be the number 1 farm system as recently as December.

MLB draft and international free agents

On January 18 it was reported the Rangers signed Jorge Alfaro, a 16 year old catcher from Colombia, for $1.3 million.[43] The 6' 1" 185 lbs right-hander is a power hitter with a strong arm.

Current roster

Texas Rangers 2010 Spring Training roster
40-man rosterSpring Training
non-roster invitees
Coaches/Other
Pitchers
Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Designated hitters

Pitchers

Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Manager

Coaches

60-day disabled list

  • None


* Not on active roster
† 15-day disabled list
Roster updated February 1, 2010
TransactionsDepth Chart
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Season standings

 v  d  e 
AL West
WLPct.GBHomeRoad
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim000–00–0
Oakland Athletics000–00–0
Seattle Mariners000–00–0
Texas Rangers000–00–0

Record vs. opponents

TeamBALBOSCWSCLEDETKCLAAMINNYYOAKSEATBTEXTORNL
Baltimore0–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–0
Boston0–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–0
Chicago0–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–0
Cleveland0–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–0
Detroit0–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–0
Kansas City0–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–0
Los Angeles0–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–0
Minnesota0–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–0
New York0–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–0
Oakland0–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–0
Seattle0–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–0
Tampa Bay0–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–0
Texas0–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–0
Toronto0–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–00–0


References

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  4. ^ http://newbergreport.com/nrUser.asp Newberg Report Update: Greene signing official, Golson DFA'd 1/21/2010
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