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Rangers leave winter meetings with plan(s) of attack for rest offseason

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NASHVILLE — Rain or shine, trade or sign, general managers are usually asked if their time at the annual winter meetings was productive.

Those with teams that leave empty-handed or with heavy lifting still to do generally answer in the affirmative, and Rangers GM Chris Young was no different Wednesday.

The meetings are finished, but the Rangers are not. They left the Gaylord Opryland Resort feeling as if they are positioned to move once the free-agent market starts to move.

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. Landon Wilson December 6, 2023

    I thought Cease had two years of control. Might be wrong on that. His price sounds very high and would be higher with an extra year of control.

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    1. Jeff Wilson December 6, 2023

      You’re right. Fixed.

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  2. deGrom Texas Ranger December 7, 2023

    This obsession with getting a starter or two before even addressing the bullpen beyond Yates will be the ultimate downfall of the team in 2024 if CY proceeds as he did last offseason and trade deadline. He needs to stop being so stubborn. He should get 2-3 relievers first and then worry about depth. Leiter/White/Bradford are depth atm. The BP is historically bad.

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