The Rangers finished up the second day of the Winter Meetings with their attention directed toward free-agent pitcher C.J. Wilson. General manager Jon Daniels had a late-night meeting with Wilson's agent, Bob Garber. That meeting did not appear to lead to a final resolution on Wilson's situation. But it was an opportunity for the Rangers to show how sincere they are in their hopes of re-signing Wilson. "Good meeting," Garber said without any further comment. The Angels are also pushing hard to get Wilson and could be the Rangers' biggest competition. The Marlins may have to drop out if they are able to sign Albert Pujols. The Nationals appear to have little interest in pursuing Wilson, and the Yankees seem to be sitting this one out.
Texas turns attention to pursuit of Wilson
MLB.com | Dec 7