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Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

The latest on the World Series champion Texas Rangers

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Good morning.

World Series champs sure, Kennedi Landry writes that the Texas Rangers still have unfinished business by Chris Young’s estimation.

Evan Grant writes that while the other teams in the division are working to take down Texas, the Rangers are just looking for pitching as usual.

With day one of the Winter Meetings quiet, Jeff Wilson examines the need for bullpen help for Texas.

Shawn McFarland writes that if Mitch Garver leaves, the Rangers will need to find someone who can complement Jonah Heim behind the dish.

By Landry’s estimation, fortifying the rotation remains the top goal for Texas during these Winter Meetings.

Jamey Newberg writes that Shohei Ohtani would have been perfect for the Rangers if not for those pesky cord-cutters leaving the budget in doubt.

The biggest news of the Winter Meetings thus far was Rangers vice president of baseball communications Rich Rice earning the 2023 Robert O. Fishel Award for Public Relations Excellence. Congratulations, Rich!

And, Grant notes that Eric Nadel will be holding an auction with some pretty special mementos with proceeds benefitting the Suicide and Crisis Center of North Texas.

Have a nice day!