Lance Lynn is now a Texas Ranger.

Signing a 3 year deal worth $30 million, the Rangers quickly add the veteran to the rotation after pitching the past 4 seasons with 4 different teams, Texas being number 5 in that time.

With those teams, the Cardinals, Twins, Blue Jays and Twins, he had a record of 31-28 with in a starting role. He immediately becomes a part of the rotation looking for help, which comes in the form of a solid veteran of the league, seeing plenty of playoff baseball in his career. In 26 games pitched in his postseason career, he has pitched in 7 World Series games in 2011 and 2013 with a 1-1 record.

Only 31 years old, he’s to be a staple in this rotation out of the gate. His overall record for his career is 82-57 with a sterling 3.57 ERA in his 7 MLB seasons. Ranger nation, hang on to your hats, because this may only be the beginning.

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One Comment

  1. jmmoore912 (The Recliner Nerd)

    December 12, 2018 at 10:08 pm

    This is huge. With the Rangers being cautious about spending too much money, Lynn is a great deal. He is not expected to be the ace. He is an innings eater who gets people out. Rangers have eyed him for a while. Signing him cheap for 3 years is awesome. He is a solid number 3 or 4 in a contending rotation. I LOVE IT!!!!!!

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