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December 23, 2009

Rangers have no plans to deal C.J. Wilson

That's the word according to general manager Jon Daniels. Despite the signing of lefty Darren Oliver and plenty of candidates for both starting and bullpen spots, Texas doesn't plan on dealing Wilson. "It's highly unlikely," Daniels said. "We've had no discussions. We haven't even had the first conversation about something like that. I fully expect C.J. to be a big part of this club next year."

Daniels said the team is still open to the idea of him starting, but wants to wait and see how the rest of the offseason plays out.

- Anthony Andro


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their is no reason for this to be mentioned at all. CJ was one of the best lefty relievers in the game last year, and now we have two!

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