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Taking the "Tex" Out of the Texas Rangers, Looks Like

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This isn't on DallasNews.com yet, but Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal is reporting that:

The Braves are on the verge of acquiring Rangers first baseman Mark Teixeira.

The deal is done, pending a review of the medical records of the players involved, according to major-league sources.

The Braves will receive Teixeira and left-handed reliever Ron Mahay.

The Rangers will receive catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Class A shortstop Elvis Andrus and two pitching prospects.

Developing. Unlike the Rangers. --Robert Wilonsky

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