Texas Rangers president Nolan Ryan testified at the team's bankruptcy hearing Wednesday that financial pressures probably won't allow the team to keep Josh Hamilton after his contract runs out at season's end, according to the Dallas Morning News.
"I don't know that I want to be there [if] Josh Hamilton doesn't come back next year," testified Ryan, who is part of a $575 million bid to buy the team.
He also testified that the cash shortage has affected the way the team approaches trades and forced it to shut down a summer league farm team it had in the Dominican Republic.
Outfielder Hamilton is hitting .353 with 23 homers this season.
Sounds like a LF in need of a home next season.