The Texas Rangers are likely done making moves this off-season, according to Jeff Wilson of the Star-Telegram. This more or less confirms that the club is out of the Roy Oswalt sweepstakes, which we've been hearing for a few days.
In a related note, GM Jon Daniels is continuing to say that any Josh Hamilton contract talks will be tabled for the time-being:
With budget stretched, Rangers likely done for off-season - Jeff Wilson | Star-Telegram
"Mike Napoli's one-year deal for $9.4 million was announced by the Rangers on Sunday, and general manager Jon Daniels followed a few hours later by announcing that the Rangers are over budget and not likely to add any other free agents this off-season."
Josh Hamilton contract talks still on hold - Richard Durrett | ESPN
"The focus for the Texas Rangers and Josh Hamilton remains on his recovery and not on a long-term contract, general manager Jon Daniels reiterated on Sunday."
Rangers, Mike Napoli Avoid Aribitration - MLB Daily Dish
The Texas Rangers have signed Mike Napoli to a 1-year, $9.4 million deal, according to Jeff Wilson and confirmed by the team.
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