Grading the Contracts of Every Player on the Texas Rangers

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Grading the Contracts of Every Player on the Texas Rangers
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Prince Fielder has seven years and $96 million remaining on his deal.

As the 2014 season begins to unfold, fans and analysts alike both like to breakdown the value of players on a roster and who is overpaid and well worth their contract. The Texas Rangers are no exception as a team that could face scrutiny or praise for the amount of money they are paying to the players on their roster.

This article aims to breakdown the best and worst contracts on the Rangers roster, looking at how much the player could mean to the team in 2014 and beyond.

 

All stats and info courtesy of MLB.com, BaseballReference.com, RotoWorld.com, Star-Telegram.com, CBSSports.com, NBCSports.com, USAToday.com, BaseballPlayerSalaries.com and DallasNews.com.

Follow Zachary on Twitter at @ZacharyKrueger

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