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Rangers Have Some Interest In Mark Prior

Rangers General Manager Jon Daniels has some interest in bringing Mark Prior back for 2011, writes Richard Durrett of ESPN.com.  Prior inked a minor league deal with the club just before the end of the 2010 season and pitched just one inning for their Triple-A affiliate.

"He's a free agent now and we have discussed him coming back," the GM said. "There’s a level of interest."

Texas could possibly bring the right-hander into spring training to find out what he can do as a reliever.  Recently, Prior's agent John Boggs told Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe that his client has offers from three teams.

Prior hasn't pitched at the major league level since 2006 due to injuries.  In his sophomore campaign in 2003, Prior posted a 2.43 ERA with 10.4 K/9 and 2.1 BB/9.



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