Josh JohnsonJosh Johnson has won 10 games for the Florida Marlins this season after winning 15 last year. He’s also got a Major League-leading 1.72 ERA, and 146 strikeouts. The Texas Rangers took a bold step in trying to obtain him.MLB.com reports that the Rangers, while working out the trade that sent Jorge Cantu from the Sunshine State to Texas, asked the Marlins what it would take to get the 26-year-old hurler. The Rangers, who are in bankruptcy, were willing to up its top-three prospects in order to land Johnson, the site reports.The Marlins told the Rangers, according to MLB.com, that Johnson is “unmovable.”

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