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“Nathan Eovaldi and the Texas Rangers have agreed on a contract”

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Former Boston Red Sox star pitcher Nathan Eovaldi has reportedly agreed to terms on a contract with the Texas Rangers. Eovaldi was an All-Star in 2021 and is still capable of being dominant when healthy. He was injured in the 2022 season but should be ready for the 2023 season.

The Rangers have been surprisingly aggressive this season as they seek to gain ground in the American League East. That’s no easy task considering the powerhouse teams that split their division in the Houston Astros and Seattle Mariners.

News of this contractual agreement was posted on Twitter by MLB insider Robert Murray.

Freelance pitcher Nathan Eovaldi and the Texas Rangers have agreed to a contract, according to people familiar with the matter.

“Independent pitcher Nathan Eovaldi and the Texas Rangers have agreed to a contract, sources familiar with the deal say” – Robert Murray

This could be a great signing for the Texas Rangers, who were looking to improve their roster across the board.

Addition of Nathan Eovaldi proves Texas Rangers are determined to establish a solid rotation

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Earlier this offseason, the Rangers made headlines by signing former New York Mets star pitcher Jacob deGrom. They have now added one of the best pitchers available to join deGrom. They’re a solid pairing that could prove capable of shutting down some of the league’s best offenses.

Jared Carrabis, MLB analyst and famous Boston Red Sox fan, bid farewell to the fan-favorite pitcher on Twitter.

Yeah, that one too seemed inevitable. Thanks for ’18, Nate. Absolute Boston legend forever. twitter.com/byrobertmurray…

“Thanks for ’18, Nate. Boston’s absolute legend forever” – Jared Carrabis

The addition of Nathan Eovaldi gives Rangers a terrific starting rotation and they should see huge improvement in 2023.

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