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Texas Rangers Add Veteran Pitcher to Their Pitching staff


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The Texas Rangers and right-handed pitcher Johnny Cueto are in agreement on a minor-league deal. The deal was first reported by Jon Heyman of the New York Post. Cueto is now 36-years-old and has been searching for a team to sign him the entire off-season. Now, Johnny Cueto finally gets a chance with the defending World Series champions, Texas Rangers.


Johnny Cueto has been around baseball for a very long time. This season will be his 17th season at the big league level. The Rangers will be Cueto’s sixth team. He has been apart of the Reds, Royals, Giants, White Sox, and the Marlins. Johnny Cueto was most known for his time with the Reds and Giants.


Johnny Cueto has had a very successful career. Last year was rough for Cueto, as he posted a 6.02 ERA in 13 starts with the Marlins. Overall, Johnny Cueto has been in 368 MLB games, he has a career ERA of 3.50 and a total of 1,851 strikeouts. Cueto is also a 2x All-Star and a World Series champion.


The Texas Rangers are adding a very successful pitcher who has been around baseball for a long time in Johnny Cueto. It’s nice to see Johnny Cueto get another shot with an MLB team after a tough 2023 season. As of right now, it’s unknown if and when Johnny Cueto will be up in the MLB, but he will certainly get a chance at it.

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