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Source: Harden to join Rangers on one-year, $7.5 million deal

Dec 9, 2009, 5:14 PM EDT

Update 2: Craig has confirmed that the deal is with the Rangers. One year, $7.5 million with the option for 2011.
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Update: Craig’s source is hearing one-year, $7.5 million with an $11.5 million option for 2011. Possibly with the Mariners.
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Sources are telling ESPN’s Buster Olney that free agent Rich Harden is on the verge of an agreement with a mystery team.
Speculation had the Rangers being very interested in Harden if they could move Kevin Millwood first, so given the timing, Texas would seem to be a possibility. The Red Sox, Yankees and Mariners are among the other teams considering Harden, who is believed to be willing to accept a one-year deal so that he can attempt to rebuild his value and go back onto the market.

  1. Nart - Dec 9, 2009 at 5:37 PM

    Admit it…Craig’s “source” is Morgana.
    Candy Maldonado?
    Paul Depodesta?
    the janitor?

  2. Jason @ IIATMS - Dec 9, 2009 at 8:23 PM

    seriously, Day 3 of your first Winter Meetings and you’re breaking deal news? What, did you bribe Heyman or Rosenthal with 10 minutes of a Verizon Wireless card or something? Or a boost to the drinking fountain?

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