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Rangers Extend Links with 3 Farm Clubs

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    ARLINGTON, TX - APRIL 05: Texas Rangers President Nolan Ryan watches the Texas Rangers take on the Toronto Blue Jays on Opening Day at Rangers Ballpark on April 5, 2010 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

    The Texas Rangers have extended their relationships with three of their five farm clubs.

    The Rangers agreed to a four-year extension with Double-A Frisco of the Texas League that will extend through the 2014 season. They've also extended their affiliations for two years with Low-A Hickory, N.C., of the South Atlantic League and Short Season A Spokane, Wash., of the Northwest League.

    Those affiliations will extend through 2012.

    Still unresolved is the future of Triple-A Oklahoma City of the Pacific Coast League and High-A Bakersfield of the California League in the Texas farm system.

    The PCL franchise in Round Rock, Texas, is now affiliated with the Houston Astros but co-owned by Rangers president and new co-owner Nolan Ryan. The Myrtle Beach, S.C., franchise in the High-A Carolina League is now affiliated with the Atlanta Braves but is owned by new Rangers co-owner and chief executive Chuck Greenberg.