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10/03/2005 5:42 PM ET
Texas Rangers to not offer Kenny Rogers a contract for 2006
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Arlington, Texas -- The Texas Rangers announced today they will not offer free agent pitcher Kenny Rogers a contract for the 2006 season.

"The Texas Rangers organization would like to thank Kenny Rogers for his efforts over the last two seasons and during his entire Rangers career," Rangers general manager John Hart said. "As we look at 2006 and beyond, we feel it is in the club's best interests to move forward without him."

This decision came after the first day of season evaluation meetings held by Rangers owner Thomas O. Hicks, general manager John Hart, assistant general manager Jon Daniels, director of player personnel Dom Chiti, manager Buck Showalter, pitching coach Orel Hershiser and hitting coach Rudy Jaramillo.

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