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Here’s what left on Rangers’ to-do list as winter meetings end

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SAN DIEGO — The rotation is filled, or maybe it’s not.

That answer will determine how the Rangers move forward with their bullpen.

An upgrade is being sought in left field.

There’s probably other stuff on the to-do list, but that’s as far as general manager Chris Young would go over three days at the 2022 MLB winter meetings.

He and other officials left the Manchester Grand Hyatt on Wednesday in what served as the last day of the winter meetings. They have a new pitcher to introduce Thursday at Globe Life Field.

Welcoming right-hander Jacob deGrom will be quite a victory lap, and the Rangers are one of the winners so far this offseason.

That guarantees zilch for the 2023 season, and the Rangers know that. They also know they have work to do if they want to be winners for the first time since 2016.

Keep in mind, the Rangers won only 68 games in 2022.

There’s a lot of work to do.

Jeff Wilson

Sports reporter for two decades. Sports fan for life. Covers the Texas Rangers. Graduate of TCU. Colorado native. Author of Purple Passion: TCU Football Legends (https://t.co/2fmXLyympx). Follow me on Twitter at @JeffWilsonTXR

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  1. Monty W December 8, 2022

    With the kind of year Matt Moore put up, I’m a little surprised that he’s still on the board. I’m certain he’s looking for multi year deal but I was really impressed with the “new” Matt Moore & wouldn’t hate him staying in a Rangers uniform.

  2. Rangerfansince72 December 8, 2022

    Agree with Monty above but I think the problem with signing him now is the 40 man. Heaney still has to be added too when he officially signs so they either have to release someone or make a trade. My gut tells me they are working on a trade but who knows. CY is better at keeping things close to the vest than JD was.


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