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The Texas Rangers on Sunday named Mike Minor their Opening Day starter against the Chicago Cubs on March 28.
The Texas Rangers are building a new facility at their spring training complex in Arizona that will include housing for as many as 180 players and staff.
Closer Jose Leclerc, who had 12 saves and a 1.56 ERA last season, has signed a $14.75 million extension that could keep him with the Rangers through the 2024 season.
The Texas Rangers acquired outfielder Zack Granite from Minnesota for right-hander Xavier Moore and $50,000, and the Twins dealt Moore to the Baltimore Orioles for $750,000 in 2019-20 international signing bonus pool allocation.
Rangers reliever Luke Farrell suffered a non-displaced fracture of his jaw Saturday after being struck by a line drive during a spring training game against the Giants.
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The Texas Rangers have signed infielder Logan Forsythe to a minor league deal.
Mike Minor is at the top of the Rangers rotation at spring training and likely will be on the mound for the opener March 28 against the Cubs. It would be his first Opening Day start.
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Ben Revere, who did not play in the majors in 2018, has joined the Rangers on a minor league deal.
Veteran pitcher Doug Fister, who recorded a 3.72 ERA over 10 major league seasons, "wants to start a new chapter in his life," his agent told MLB.com on Wednesday.
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