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Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

The latest on the World Series champion Texas Rangers

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Good morning.

Brian Murphy notes that the 2024 Hall of Fame ballot has been released and includes former Texas Rangers such as Bartolo Colon and Adrian Gonzalez

And, oh yeah, Jeff Wilson writes that my favorite baseball player ever Adrian Beltre will be a first-time nominee for the Hall of Fame this winter.

Evan Grant writes that exactly five years to the day that he announced his retirement, Beltre is the harrowing Hall of Fame voting process away from Cooperstown.

David Schoenfield has more on the 2024 ballot where Beltre is considered something of a first ballot lock, so let’s hope the writers don’t mess things up in all the silly ways that only they can.

Jordan Shusterman previews the offseason for the Rangers where they will try to put together a team that can defend their World Series championship.

Grant spoke with Rangers legend Pudge Rodriguez on Texas’ chances of keeping their winning window open.

Mark Feinsand picks a free agent match for each team and like closer Josh Hader most for the Rangers.

And, Matt Snyder notes that Max Scherzer isn’t happy with how the pitch clock leaves pitchers vulnerable to injury.

Have a nice day!