7:25 PM EST, Mon November 24, 2014

Rangers can now move forward

In some ways the announcement of Rangers GM Jon Daniels and assistant GM Thad Levine getting three-year contract extensions on Friday starts the process of moving on from the 2014 season. You can say that 95-loss season will never happen again for the Rangers, and it can’t given the amount of money spent and trades administered last season. So now the Rangers focus on 2015 and the first order of business is getting right-handed starter Colby Lewis locked up.
KFFL Nov 10, 2014

Rangers | Colby Lewis likely to return to Texas

Free-agent SP Colby Lewis (Rangers) is likely to return to the Texas Rangers, according to ...

Rangers working on Colby Lewis deal

Nothing is finalized but the Rangers are working on a new contract for right-handed starter Colby Lewis. Team officials are hopeful they will know something soon regarding Lewis, who tied for the team lead in victories with 10 after returning from hip and elbow surgeries. The Rangers will have three free agents to deal with and Lewis is at the top of the list. He signed a one-year $2 million minor league deal last season. But after his successful 2014, considering what he came back from physically, a two-or-three year deal is a possibility.

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