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The Texas Rangers traded outfielder Doug Glanville to the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday in exchange for outfielder Jason Fransz and cash considerations.
Projected batting order Doug Glanville, CF Hank Blalock, 3B Alex Rodriguez, SS Rafael Palmeiro, 1B Juan Gonzalez, RF Ruben Sierra, DH Kevin Mench, LF Einar Diaz, C Michael Young, 2B Rotation Chan Ho Park, RHP Ismael Valdes, RHP John ...
Doug Glanville agreed Wednesday to a $1 million, one-year contract with the Texas Rangers, a team he thinks will give him a regular spot in the lineup.