Three players who appeared with the Texas Rangers this season have signed one-year contracts with clubs in the Korea Baseball Organization. Outfielder Jim Adduci received the biggest deal: $650,000 from the Lotte Giants. Adduci, who hit .239 in 101 at-bats, …..
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