Veteran Infielder Opts Out Of Minor League Deal With The Texas Rangers


The Texas Rangers have been on fire for seemingly the entire 2023 MLB season, and with depth through both their pitching rotation, bullpen and lineup, this appears to be a team that's ready to make a very deep playoff run.

One name that won't be with them on that potential run is Josh Harrison, the veteran infielder who has now triggered an opt-out clause in his minor-league deal with the Rangers, effectively becoming a free agent as we approach the month of September, the final month of the MLB regular season.

The 36-year old veteran played in just six games with the Rangers AAA affiliate, tallying six hits in the past five games, and with many teams out there looking for help, he could be a critical pickup for a playoff team down the stretch. 

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