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The Texas Rangers May Trade Kevin Millwood, But They're Giving Away Holiday Cheer

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Our Danny Fulgencio trailed some of Your Texas Rangers -- among them, Chris Davis, David Murphy, Ian Kinsler, Derek Holland and new hitting coach Clint Hurdle -- as they made the rounds at Children's Medical Center, a holiday tradition amongst athletes spreading cheer to young patients in need. He brought back this slide show and a reminder that the most of the team (sans the just-traded Kevin Millwood, dang it) will be trading autographs for Toys for Tots tomorrow out at the Ballpark in Arlington beginning at 5:15 p.m. Me, I'm getting Eric Nadel's for sure.

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