The Texas Rangers and designated hitter Mike Napoli agreed to a one-year deal, MLB.com reported Tuesday.
Napoli played for the American League champion Cleveland Indians and had one helluva season. Napoli hit 34 home runs with 101 RBI. He also batted .239/.335/.465 in 150 games.
This will be Napoli’s third stint with the Rangers. The 35-year-old spent the 2011 and 2012 seasons in Texas and was named an all-star in the 2012 season. He was then traded from the Boston Red Sox to the Rangers in August 2015 before he left to sign in Cleveland.