Shin-Soo Choo posted a .357 on-base percentage in 2017 with 22 homers and 96 runs scored. Shipping him away might free up money to sign a starting pitcher, but it would create a big hole in the Rangers’ lineup.
Shin-Soo Choo posted a .357 on-base percentage in 2017 with 22 homers and 96 runs scored. Shipping him away might free up money to sign a starting pitcher, but it would create a big hole in the Rangers’ lineup. Steve Nurenberg Special to the Star-Telegram
Shin-Soo Choo posted a .357 on-base percentage in 2017 with 22 homers and 96 runs scored. Shipping him away might free up money to sign a starting pitcher, but it would create a big hole in the Rangers’ lineup. Steve Nurenberg Special to the Star-Telegram

Choo understands trade talk, but Rangers don’t have another hitter quite like him

December 28, 2017 02:34 PM

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