Rangers still not winning after 1st year with Seager, Semien

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — For Corey Seager, it was once a peculiar feeling being at his locker within the Texas Rangers clubhouse after the regular-season finale realizing there have been not more video games to play.

That has develop into all too not unusual for the Rangers, who’ve now overlooked the playoffs six years in a row — even after their report spending spree closing offseason that incorporated an funding of a half-billion bucks to signal free-agent center infielders Seager and Marcus Semien to long-term offers.

“It’s just been a strange day because you’re kind of expecting what’s next, and it’s not there,” stated Seager, the shortstop whose first seven large league seasons had been with the Los Angeles Dodgers, who went to a few World Series and not overlooked the playoffs in that span. He was once World Series MVP two years in the past.

There had been by no means any expectancies that Texas would cross from 102 losses closing year right away to a identify. But the Rangers by no means had a winning report at any level this season, the height being 24-24 on the finish of May. They completed 68-94, handiest 8 wins greater than 2021.

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