T.R. Sullivan reported today that the Rangers won't rule out the possibility of bringing back outfielder Milton Bradley. Sullivan reported on October 2nd that the Rangers have no interest in Bradley.
The Rangers club officials said it is unlikely but won't rule it out because they know how much the Cubs want to get rid of Bradley.
Earlier in September, an baseball analyst said the Rangers could trade pitcher Kevin Millwood who has 1 year (was a club option but was exercised with innings thrown) and 12 million left on his contract.
I would do that trade because Millwood would be a good 5th starter and he throws a lot innings without getting injured. The Cubs trade Bradley's 21 million to the Rangers Millwood's 12 million.
The Rangers will get Bradley and 4 million while the Cubs get Millwood and save 5 million.
Other players that have big contracts on the Rangers:
Michael Young who has 4 years and 64 million left on his contract: No way in Hell the Rangers trade him for Bradley. Young is pretty much the only other Ranger than Millwood that has a big contract.
On other Notes the Cubs talk to 21 year old cuban defector Aroldis Chapman agent but he does not fit into there team budget, Carrie Muskat.
I will keep you posted.