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Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

Celebrating Pudge Rodriguez and Adrian Beltre immortality since July 30, 2017

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Good morning.

Ahead of the World Series, Evan Grant looks at what lessons the Rangers can learn from the Astros (suck for half a decade until you’re good but then no one remembers you exist?) and Dodgers (have more money than god?).

Matt Fisher asks: Would you re-sign Andrew Cashner, let him take a big payday elsewhere, or roll the dice on a qualifying offer?

T.R. Sullivan writes that 2014 Opening Day starter Tanner Scheppers has accepted minor league free agency after being outrighted.

Grant begins his positional outlook series with an easy one by checking in on the catcher position that should be manned by Robinson Chirinos and Brett Nicholas in 2018.

Joshua Clark writes that Yanio Perez was the star of a Surprise Saguaros victory over the Salt River Rafters in AFL action yesterday.

And, lastly, Fangraphs’ Travis Sawchik ponders what a 32 team league might look like after Tracy Ringolsby stirred things up with a report in Baseball America about potential expansion.

Have a nice day!