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Rangers Pursuing Manny

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The Texas Rangers missed out on Jim Thome earlier this month, who frankly didn't make much sense for the Rangers to add. 

The Rangers are going after another high-profile free agent bat in the form of Manny Ramirez, according to ESPN Deportes and Enrique Rojas.

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