Nathan Eovaldi is latest addition to Rangers’ starting rotation
If something is said to the point that it becomes cliche, there must be some truth to it.
The Rangers are believers that a team can never have enough pitching.
They landed another starter Tuesday night, signing free-agent right-hander Nathan Eovaldi to a two-year, $34 million deal with a vesting option that could make it a three-year, $64 million deal, plus incentives.
Eovaldi gives the Rangers six veteran starters for five spots. His addition likely pushes Jake Odorizzi into a swing role in which he makes spots starts and covers key innings for starters who are short on innings.
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