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Former St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Kyle Lohse is still looking for a new home. It has been a long winter for the free agent, who was planning on cashing in big after a second consecutive spectacular season. Unfortunately, Lohse has been unable to land anywhere, which is strange considering his former teammate Kyle McClellan, who is coming off of shoulder surgery, found a home in Texas today.
Rumors and chatter are suggesting that McClellan may not only be Lohse's former teammate, but maybe his future teammate as well.
Could Kyle Lohse follow Kyle McClellan to Texas?
Many are speculating that it could happen and according to Jim Bowden of ESPN.com, another former Cardinals star, Lance Berkman, is urging the Rangers organization to bring Lohse in.
Lance Berkman has recommended Kyle Lohse to Rangers GM Jon Daniels...Rangers open to it if market falls enough
— JIM BOWDEN (@JimBowdenESPNxm) January 10, 2013
Many believe that Lohse has not been able to find a...
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Hot News for RP Kyle McClellan
The Texas Rangers added some pitching depth Tuesday, signing right-hander Kyle McClellan to a minor-league deal with an invite to the big-league camp.
McClellan spent the last five seasons with St. Louis, where he was both a starter and a reliever.
He'll begin camp with the Rangers working as a starter but could figure in the bullpen mix too.
"Kyle has had success...
The Texas Rangers have signed pitcher Kyle McClellan to a minor league deal which includes an invitation to spring training.
McClellan was limited to just 18 2/3 innings last season prior to undergoing shoulder surgery, but he’s already throwing bullpen sessions.
In his big league career, McClellan owns a 3.69 ERA acorss 378 innings of work. If healthy he figures to see some time...
Former St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Kyle Lohse has yet to receive
an official offer from a club this winter after a career year in 2012. The
34-year-old is by the far the best arm available but still has yet to field an
offer most likely because he has a compensation pick tied to him since he
turned down the Cardinals qualifying offer.
MLB.com's Ian Browne...
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