Rangers Rekindle Talks With Trevor Story, Source Confirm

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SURPRISE, Ariz. — Since the lockout ended and free agency resumed, the Texas Rangers have been busy in the free agent market. 

After committing over half a billion dollars to signings prior to the shutdown, they've focused on veteran players on minor league deals and two Major League 

However, the Rangers are now in conversations with another impact free agent. After multiple reports circulated Friday night, a source confirmed with InsideTheRangers.com

Story, 29, is arguably the biggest name left on the market. Per multiple reports, outfielder Nick Castellanos is going to the Philadelphia Phillies while news broke early Saturday morning that shortstop 

Two of those big names—Corey Seager and Marcus Semien—both signed with the Rangers, which was the biggest splash of MLB free agency. 

Now it's possible the Rangers add three of those shortstops. Fortunately, the logistics shouldn't be too difficult to sort out. 

After signing a one-year deal as a second baseman for the Toronto Blue Jays in an attempt to reset his market, Semien—a career shortstop—easily accepted a permanent shift to the position to play alongside Seager. 

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