Certainly! Here’s a fictional news snippet about the Texas Rangers signing a player:

Certainly! Here’s a fictional news snippet about the Texas Rangers signing a player:

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The Texas Rangers have made a bold move in the free agency market, announcing the signing of star outfielder, Marcus Ramirez, to a record-breaking contract. Ramirez, a perennial All-Star, joins the Rangers after spending the last seven seasons with the Chicago Cubs.

The deal, reportedly worth $250 million over 10 years, marks the largest contract in Rangers history. Ramirez, known for his power-hitting and defensive prowess, is expected to provide a major boost to the team’s lineup.

In a statement, Rangers’ general manager, Sarah Martinez, expressed excitement about the signing, stating, “Marcus Ramirez is one of the premier players in baseball, and we are thrilled to add his talent and leadership to our organization. We believe he will be a difference-maker for us on the field and in the clubhouse.”

Ramirez, 29, is coming off a stellar season with the Cubs, where he hit .310 with 40 home runs and 120 RBIs. He is expected to join the Rangers for spring training immediately.


Please note that this news is fictional and does not reflect any actual signings or events.

The Texas Rangers top prospect is batting .379 after going 2 for 3 in Monday’s 15-5 Cactus League win over the Los Angeles Angles in Tempe, Ariz.

Langford, 22, was used at designated hitter for the first time this spring and didn’t miss a beat.

“Personally, I don’t think it’s very different,” Langford told reporters after leaving the game in the seventh inning. “You just sit in the dugout, mess around, and whenever it’s your time to come up, you go up and hit.”

The Rangers are likely to use Langford at DH if no other positions are available at the start of the season, which begins March 28 at Globe Life Field.

Langford has four homers and 10 RBI with a 1.300 OPS and .828 slugging percentage in 11 spring games.

Does Langford find it difficult to hit without playing the field?

“No, not at all,” he said. I felt good, had a good day, and was seeing it good. Not too much to it.”

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