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Poll: Should Texas sign Carlos Rodon?

Should Texas sign Carlos Rodon for 3 years, $51 million?

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Free agent projections are out from Fangraphs and ESPN, and so it is that time again — time for the “should the Rangers sign This Player?” series of offseason polls.

Today we are looking at a former top draft pick who had injury issues, disappointed, was non-tendered last offseason, re-signed with his old club, and then had a breakout 2021 campaign — lefthanded pitcher Carlos Rodon.

Over at ESPN, Kiley McDaniel projects that Rodon will get 3 years, $51 million. At Fangraphs, Ben Clemens has Rodon at 3 years, $45 million, while the Median Crowdsource comes in at 4 years, $76 million.

I’m going to use Kiley’s numbers, since his $17M per is halfway between the two Fangraphs AAVs.

Would you want the Rangers to sign Carlos Rodon to a 3 year, $51 million deal this offseason?

Cast your vote below...


Should the Rangers sign Carlos Rodon if the price is 3/$51M?

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  • 49%
    Yes, absolutely
    (527 votes)
  • 22%
    Probably, but I’m not enthusiastic about it
    (243 votes)
  • 20%
    Probably not, but I wouldn’t hate it
    (222 votes)
  • 7%
    Absolutely not
    (82 votes)
1074 votes total Vote Now

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