Tyson Ross could earn up to $9 million in 2017 with the Rangers.
Tyson Ross could earn up to $9 million in 2017 with the Rangers. Richard W. Rodriguez Star-Telegram
Tyson Ross could earn up to $9 million in 2017 with the Rangers. Richard W. Rodriguez Star-Telegram

Rangers sign Ross with goal of boosting rotation for stretch run

January 19, 2017 04:35 PM

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