ARLINGTON, Texas -- A second potential new owner for the Texas Rangers has met with team officials.
Pittsburgh attorney Chuck Greenberg and his advisers met with club officials from baseball and business operations Wednesday and toured Rangers Ballpark.
Houston businessman Jim Crane and his advisers did the same thing Tuesday.
Financially strapped owner Tom Hicks said this summer that he was willing to sell controlling interest in the Rangers.
Hicks Sports Group said the meetings were "routine and part of the normal due diligence process."
Hicks also co-owns Liverpool of England's Premier League with George Gillett Jr. They have been seeking investors but say they want to keep controlling interest of the soccer team.