Found January 12, 2012 on MLB Trade Rumors:
As negotiations with Yu Darvish appear to be going well, the Rangers continue to make inquiries on veteran right-hander Roy Oswalt, a major league official told Gerry Fraley of The Dallas Morning News.  Bob Garber, who represents Oswalt, declined to comment. Earlier today, we learned that the Yankees are in contact with Oswalt as well as Hiroki Kuroda.  The Red Sox also remain interested in the 34-year-old but, like the Yankees, are looking to cap their spending.

Report: Roy Oswalt still on the Rangers' radar

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That could be reason for interest in Fielder and OswaltThe Rangers' recent interest in Prince Fielder and Roy Oswalt signals they are not sure they will get Yu Darvish signed by Wednesday's deadline. Darvish can return to Japan for 2012 and then return to the North American market in 2013 as a free agent, not a posted player. …
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