Found January 31, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
The Rangers met with Roy Oswalt on Monday and the two sides "had a very good meeting," according to the right hander's agent, Bob Garber. While adding the 34-year-old would strengthen an already very good rotation it would also force the Rangers to make a move. With Colby Lewis, Derek Holland, Yu Darvish, Neftali Feliz and Matt Harrison, the Rangers already have at least five quality starters entering spring training. If Oswalt chose to play in Arlington for the right price, Harrison would likely be the odd man out, meaning either a move to the bullpen or a trade to another club. Harrison, who was a guest on 103.3's The Ben and Skin Show KESN-FM on Tuesday, said the addition of Oswalt could lead to the 26-year-old left hander asking for a trade. "That could be an option," Harrison said. "I feel like I proved myself last year, that I could be a consistent starter in the big leagues. I'm not saying the bullpen is a bad thing but I think I'm...

Can Oswalt Have His Cake And Eat It Too?

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Roy Oswalt and the Rangers

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Ben Cherington Rates Odds of Landing Another Starting Pitcher as 'Unlikely'

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Source: Oswalt will meet with Rangers Monday

The Rangers are scheduled to meet with free agent right-handed starter Roy Oswalt on Monday, a source confirmed Sunday afternoon.

Oswalt not short on suitors for his services

Roy Oswalt has been in the top six in the National League Cy Young Award balloting six times. If you need a guy for Game 7 in a World Series, you could do a whole lot worse than the man from Mississippi.

Source: Oswalt, Rangers meeting was 'good'

The Texas Rangers met with free agent right-handed starter Roy Oswalt on Monday in what a source called an exploratory lunch.

No decision yet from Roy Oswalt as several teams remain in the mix

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Red Sox GM: Adding starting pitcher 'unlikely'

Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington said Wednesday night it is "unlikely" the team will add a starting pitcher at this point despite a source saying the team has a "great chance" to sign Roy Oswalt.
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