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August 04, 2010

Greenberg working hard to keep from bidding against Cuban

The cat-and-mouse games being played out behind the scenes must be fascinating.

Too bad they are not in open court.

The Rangers auction may now be delayed until sometime this afternoon, which Judge Russell Nelms apologetically told the court is not unusual in these cases.

All the maneuvering suggests that Chuck Greenberg is trying to win without actually having to bid against Mark Cuban and Jim Crane in open court.

The machinations have fallen short thus far, including Greenberg's challenge of the Cuban-Crane bid.

-- Pete Alfano

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that sounds really fair>>>> what the heck has happened to baseball? starting to feel like the MLB thinks they are above everyone including the court>> bless the judge>>> thank goodness someone knows how to abide by the rules...

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