DALLAS (AP) — Rangers manager Ron Washington has a gut feeling that Cliff Lee will be staying in Texas.

The Rangers and New York Yankees spent Saturday waiting for a decision by the 32-year-old left-hander. Those teams are the two known bidders, although there may be others.

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The Yankees offered Lee a seven-year contract after an opening proposal of six years for more than $137 million. Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg went to Arkansas on Thursday to present Lee with various offers.

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Washington, speaking at his induction into the Texas Black Sports Hall of Fame, said: “I think everything that needs to be done has been done.”

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His prediction for Lee? “He’ll be here.”