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Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

Fun Fact: Elvis Andrus has appeared in over 20% of the total games played in the history of the Texas Rangers franchise

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Good morning.

No surprise here but the Associated Press notes that Elvis Andrus officially declined to opt out of his contract which means he will be a Texas Ranger for a 12th season in 2020.

T.R. Sullivan answered yet more Rangers fans questions on what Texas could be looking to accomplish this offseason.

Jeff Wilson looks back at the hiring of Chris Woodward one year after the Rangers made him their 27th manager in club history.

Good news: Evan Grant reports that Joey Gallo is finally off the injured list! Bad news: The season ended five weeks ago.

Richard Justice takes a look at the ten players who were extended qualifying offers and whether or not they are likely to accept.

The MLB Trade Rumors folks have made their predictions for where the top 50 free agents will land with Josh Donaldson and Hyun-Jin Ryu forecasted to wind up in Texas.

Grant had the undesirable task of writing about Jeff Mathis and the catching situation in Arlington to begin his 2020 positional analysis.

And, finally, Jamey Newberg is getting to some extra intriguing prospects with the fifth part of his top 72 Rangers farmhands list covering No. 24 to No. 13.

Have a nice day!