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Complete Offseason Guide, Predictions for the Texas Rangers

Despite getting swept in three games by the Toronto Blue Jays in the American League Division Series, Texas general manager Jon Daniels hasn't lowered his expectations for the Rangers in 2017 and beyond. "We expect to win," Daniels told reporters at his season-ending news conference, per MLB.com's TR Sullivan. "We will be better." With much of the roster still under contract and one of the game's premier managers, Jeff Banister, in the dugout, Daniels' job isn't quite as daunting as those facing some of his counterparts around the game, whose teams aren't in nearly as good of shape as the Rangers are.
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