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Rangers, Heaney agree to deal, per reports

The Texas Rangers and free agent pitcher Andrew Heaney have agreed to terms on a contract, per reports. Joel Sherman says the deal is two years, $25 million, with an opt out after 2023 and potential bonuses that could make it worth up to $40 million.

Heaney, 31, is a left handed starting pitcher who was originally selected #9 overall in the 2012 MLB Draft by the Miami Marlins. Heaney was sent to the Los Angeles Dodgers in December, 2014, as part of a seven player deal, with the Dodgers then immediately flipping him to the Angels for Howie Kendrick.