The injury-ravaged Texas Rangers aren’t going down without a fight and have already stated that they will not be waving any white flags.
The non-waiver trade deadline is July 31, which gives the club plenty of time to look over its options. The Rangers are 2.5 games back in the wild-card race and continue to hover around the .500 mark. And while they don’t have much to offer, there are a few players who could be moved after the All-Star break.
Everything will depend on the club’s positions in the AL West and wild-card race come the end of July. That will dictate whether the Rangers will try to acquire veteran talent or prospects.
Considering the amount of injuries the team has suffered, Texas will most likely stay fairly quiet over the next month and a half. But if it does decide to add depth, there are a few players who could be sent packing.