Found July 03, 2013 on Suicide Squeeze:
PLAYERS: Jon Daniels
TEAMS: Texas Rangers

Its official….Manny Ramirez has signed a minor-league contract with the Texas Rangers. The 41 year old Ramirez will report to the Rangers Triple-A affiliate at Round Rock, Texas. It is reported that Ramirez will earn $500,000 and must agree to cut his hair. Ramirez was batting .352 with 8 homeruns in 49 games with the EDA Rhinos of the Chinese Professional Baseball League. Look for him to spend a short time in Triple-A as a tune-up before being called up to contribute immediately.   Rangers GM Jon Daniels confirms club has signed Manny Ramirez to minor-league deal. — Anthony Andro (@aandro) July 3, 2013     Manny Ramirez will cut hair and comply with Rangers minor league rules. — Anthony Andro (@aandro) July 3, 2013 This article has been read (1) times

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