The 2019 MLB Winter Meetings have come and gone, and while the Texas Rangers are in a rebuild mode, they are still out making moves involving the pitching rotation for next season.

On Wednesday, the Rangers struck a deal with former Minnesota Twin and New York Yankee Lance Lynn.

The 34 year old was 10-10 with a 4.77 ERA last season in 29 starts and four relief appearances between the Twins and Yankees.

The Rangers haven't stopped making moves as they announced on Thursday morning that they would be trading Alex Claudio to the Milwaukee Brewers for a competitive-balance draft pick.

Claudio finished the 2018 season with a 4-2 record in 68.1 innings of work. He finished with one save out of the bullpen and had a 4.48 ERA, the highest of his career.

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