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It turns out Manny won't get to be Manny in Arlington after all.
The Texas Rangers released Manny Ramirez on Tuesday. The team had signed the 41-year-old to a minor league contract on July 3.
Ramirez hit .259 with three home runs and 13 RBIs with the team's Triple-A affiliate in Round Rock. He's a career .312 hitter with 555 home runs.
Prior to signing with the Rangers organization,...Read more »
Manny will be Manny -- in Texas.
The Texas Rangers have agreed to terms with outfielder Manny Ramirez, the team announced Wednesday.
Ramirez had been spending the 2013 season playing with the EDA Rhinos of the Chinese Professional Baseball League. He left the team on June 20 after hitting .352 with eight home runs (including the occasional moon shot).
The 41-year-old will report...Read more »
$25,000 - Monthly salary, in U.S. dollars, paid by the Taiwan Rhinos to Manny Ramirez, who quit the league this week despite the team’s pledge to raise it to $60,000. Ramirez made more than $206 million during his major-league career, which was abruptly cut short by a PED suspension.
500 - Hours of community service that must be performed by Lenny Dykstra, who was released from prison after...Read more »