Is everything lining up for the arrival from Trevor Story to his native state of Texas? In a writing in The Athletic (subscription required), MLB Network contributor Ken Rosenthal, said the Rangers have a “decent chance” of acquiring to Story, who grew up in Irving, Texas, located 15 miles from Globe Life Park.
According to Rosenthal, the Rangers hope to have a “wide net” of fishing in the free market and Corey Seager, Puerto Rican Carlos Correa and Marcus Semien could also be in the bid for shortstop. But Story might be the least expensive option.
If the Rangers go for Story, they could find themselves in competition in the same state, with the Astros looking for a potential replacement for Correa.
Ken Davidoff of the New York Post and Anthony Franco of MLB Trade Rumors hope that Story will finish with the Astros, while Steve Adams, also of MLB Trade Rumors, predicts that the shortstop will sign with the Rangers.
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MLB: Trevor Story could end up signing in Texas with Rangers or Astros