July 09, 2010
Testimony will occur Friday in a Fort Worth courtroom about what should happen with the sale of the financially troubled Texas Rangers. A source told the Dallas Morning News that the sale could be re-opened.
"I don't have a good feeling about things," Rangers president Nolan Ryan told the paper. "I don't know where things are. I'm just taking it day-by-day."
Ryan and Chuck Greenberg, who together won an auction to buy the team, have their bid money in an escrow account and want to get the deal done but this thing may not be over yet.
Other bidders for the team, according to the paper, were Houston's Jim Crane and Dallas' Jeff Beck.
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