Report: Rangers' busy day continues with Calhoun deal

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The Texas Rangers and free-agent outfielder Kole Calhoun are in agreement on a one-year, $5.2-million deal, reports's Mark Feinsand.

Calhoun spent the past two seasons with the Arizona Diamondbacks after playing the first eight years of his career with the Los Angeles Angels.

The D-Backs decided not to exercise the $9-million team option on Calhoun's 2022 contract after he struggled to a .235/.297/.373 slash line with five home runs in 51 games last season.

The left-handed-hitting Calhoun produced a .230/.320/.455 slash line with 21 homers and 57 RBIs during his two seasons in Arizona, including a .778 OPS against right-handed pitching last year.

His reported signing comes amid a busy day for the Rangers, who also apparently agreed to a seven-year, $175-million deal with infielder Marcus Semien.

Report: Rangers' busy day continues with Calhoun deal
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