GOOD NEWS: Rangers have confirmed the signing of another experienced star player…

Exciting news for baseball fans as the Texas Rangers have officially inked a deal with seasoned pitcher Johnny Cueto, marking another experienced addition to their roster.

At 38 years old, Cueto is determined to embark on his 17th major league season, signing a minor league contract with the reigning World Series champions, the Texas Rangers. This move signifies Cueto’s fourth team in as many seasons and sixth overall in his illustrious career. Previously, he made 13 appearances, including 10 starts, for the Miami Marlins in the last season, and 25 appearances, with 24 starts, for the Chicago White Sox in 2022. Cueto rounded off his six-year stint with the San Francisco Giants in 2021.

Across his remarkable career spanning 368 appearances, mostly as a starter, Cueto boasts an impressive record of 144 wins and 111 losses, with a stellar 3.50 ERA. He has represented esteemed franchises such as the Cincinnati Reds (2008-2015), Kansas City Royals (2015), Giants, White Sox, and Marlins. Despite facing challenges such as a biceps injury and a viral infection, Cueto’s resilience shines through. Notably, he clinched a runner-up spot in National League Cy Young Award voting in 2014 while with the Reds, showcasing his enduring talent.

Reports: Johnny Cueto agrees to minor league deal with Rangers

Cueto’s stint with the Royals, where he made 13 starts, was particularly memorable as he played a pivotal role in securing the 2015 World Series title for the team.

With Cueto’s wealth of experience and proven track record, the Texas Rangers are poised to benefit from his expertise as they aim for further success in the upcoming season.

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