The repellant Carl Everett may be all but set to be jettisoned by another club. The Texas center field job has reportedly been awarded to ex-Phil (and Penn graduate) Doug "At least he's not an a-hole" Glanville. Glanville and his sub-.300 OBP for the past two years will also lead off for the Rangers.
Glanville really has not been much of a player since 1999 and has little prospect to become one at age 32. But he is a competent player whose personality does not become an issue unlike Everett.
Everett has had two sub-par seasons in a row and will also be 32 this year. But he would probably get the nod if it were based solely on ability. Everett is also owed $9.15 M for this season, so there's added incentive.
Basically that salary is the only reason he is still around. If the Rangers can find someone (good luck) to take it off their hands, they'll let him go for a song. He may get released. He may be kept around to DH, but the Rangers are leaning to Mark Teixeira to get regular time there.