Rangers' Keone Kela: Could be traded
Sources indicate the interested teams get a sense a deal is close. Kela would be the second high-profile departure after Texas traded Cole Hamels to the Cubs on Thursday. The Rangers' closer could trigger a bigger haul than Hamels because the right-hander doesn't hit free agency until after the 2020 season. If a deal goes down, it's expected that Kela would serve as bullpen depth, and not necessarily a closer for the new team. It would also lead to the Rangers needing someone new to close out games.
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