Texas Rangers Sign Outfielder

The Texas Rangers keep making moves.

The Rangers have signed outfielder Clint Frazier to a minor-league contract with an invite to spring training.

The Rangers announced the signing as Clint Frazier, so it would appear that he's going back to his old name after going by Jackson last year.

Frazier has dealt with head injuries over the past couple years, leading to a poor .216/.356/.297 triple-slash line, with one RBI, one stolen base and four runs scored over 19 games with the Chicago Cubs last season.

Frazier likely won't make the Opening Day roster, but he'll have a chance to earn a role in the majors with a strong showing in Triple-A.

The twenty-eight-year-old spent the first five seasons of his career with the New York Yankees, compiling a .239/.327/.434 triple-slash line, with 29 home runs, 97 RBIs, seven stolen bases and 100 runs scored over 228 games.

He'll look to turn his career around with his new team.
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