Found January 22, 2012 on Suicide Squeeze:
PLAYERS: Nolan RyanYu Darvish
TEAMS: Texas Rangers
Just when you thought the Texas Rangers maybe done with major additions to their team for the 2012 sesason, CEO Nolan Ryan says, “Not so fast.” During a recent radio talk show with 103.3 KESN-FM, the Hall of Famer told Galloway and Company that despite the $100 million signing of Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish the
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