NS Texas Rangers announced that they have agreed a contract extension to the 2023 season with coach Chris Woodward. The deal also includes a club option for the 2024 season. Woodward was previously contracted until the end of the 2022 season, so this new deal helps him avoid spending next season like a duck. lame.
Woodward, 45, was hired to manage Rangers in November 2018. His track record so far in three seasons with Rangers:
- 2019: 78-84
- 2020: 22-38
- Year 2021: 60-102
Obviously, it’s been a downward trend from first season to last season, but Rangers haven’t exactly given him a lot of big-league talent to work with. Office powerhouses – seem to have liked what they’ve seen with him at work and want to give him at least two more years to show off his stuff with what they hope will be plenty of talent more.
Speaking of which, Rangers could be one of the biggest free agency spenders this season. The only paid player on the list is Jose Leclerc. will open up significantly.
When there’s a better product on the pitch, we’ll all have a better chance to appreciate Woodward here in the first managerial job of his career. Before accepting this job, Woodward was Dodgers‘third junior coach in three seasons after serving as field coordinator and first junior coach with Mariners. He had a competitive career where he spent 12 seasons in the professional league.
https://www.cbssports.com/mlb/news/rangers-extend-manager-chris-woodwards-contract-through-2023-with-club-option-for-2024/ Rangers extend manager Chris Woodward’s contract until 2023 with club option for 2024