Rangers Not Actively Involved In Jordan Montgomery Market
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Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News casts doubt on the Texas Rangers' chances of re-signing left-hander Jordan Montgomery. With the team's current luxury tax status, signing Montgomery would likely cost the Rangers more than $30MM this season. The Rangers have been operating with financial restraint throughout the offseason and have not been actively involved in Montgomery's market.
A deal still feels like a reach, Grant suggests, rightly pointing out that given the team's current luxury tax status, Montgomery would likely cost the Rangers more than $30MM this season.
Furthermore, signing Montgomery would push the Rangers' contractual commitments to around $160MM, a full year in advance. Currently, they have $94.5MM committed to the 2027 roster. Rob Bradford of WEEI reports that the Rangers haven't been actively involved in Montgomery's market due to his price tag. While a reunion is not completely ruled out, it is unlikely for the Rangers at this point.
Furthermore, WEEI's Rob Bradford reports that the Rangers haven't been actively involved in Montgomery's market for some time now due to the lefty's price tag.
Read at www.mlbtraderumors.com
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