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Texas Rangers Auction Update: Is Crane/Cuban Bid Qualified? PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Maury Brown   
Wednesday, 04 August 2010 09:54

Texas Rangers

UPDATE #1 (11:10am CT): Rangers have requested more time to review bid. Now, auction likely to start at noon or later. There is a process going on to determine whether the Greenberg/Ryan group, or the Crane/Cuban group has the highest bid to start the auction process.


(10:00am CT) The auction for the Texas Rangers stalled straight out of the gate, the Greenberg/Ryan group challenged whether the bid offered up for auction by Jim Crane and Mark Cuban was "qualified". The interested parties were called into Judge Nelms' chambers, and now Nelms will make that determination. William Snyder, the chief restructuring officer (CRO) reviewed the bid, and has said that it is qualified. The auction is now set to begin at 11am CT.

Look for more news as it becomes available.


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