Rangers outfielder Willie Calhoun spoke with The Athletic and said that he wants a trade from the team after being demoted to the Triple-A Round Rock.
Calhoun stated with the outlet, “(I’m) gonna go to Triple-A and put myself in a position to get traded. I do want to be traded.”
The 27-year-old hasn’t seem himself in Texas’ every day lineup, and he’s been off to a slow start on the 2022 season slashing 136/.283/.273 in 53 plate appearances.
Calhoun signed a one-year, $1.3 million contract with Texas in March to avoid arbitration.
Maybe changing scenery will benefit both sides in the near future for the Rangers and Calhoun.
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