3 recently non-tendered players the Texas Rangers should consider

Free agency is in full swing now and Texas is on the prowl as they look to build a team that can repeat as World Series champion. These three players may just need a change of scenery to rebound from poor seasons in 2023.

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The turkey has been gobbled, thanks have been given, and now it is time for the baseball offseason to take over the kitchen and start cooking. The Texas Rangers have yet to make an addition to their roster. That should change in the next three weeks leading into the Winter Meetings and in the week after the meetings conclude. Trades will be made and free agents will be signed. Earlier this month teams non-tendered several players making them free agents.

Players are non-tendered for several reasons. They might have suffered from a downturn in performance in the prior season and the team is opting to cut bait rather than going through arbitration. Players could have health issues teams do not think will be resolved over the offseason. Finally, a player might not have a role on the team any longer and the front office is trying to clear space on the roster.

Of all of the players non-tendered, and there were 63, I have scoured the list and found three players I think the World Series champion Texas Rangers should consider signing this offseason. These are three relievers that will address a need for the Texas Rangers and make it easier for Bochy to manage the pen throughout the 162-game season.

The Non-Tendered players the Texas Rangers should look at