ARLINGTON, Texas — The Texas Rangers are bringing again reliever Matt Bush with a minor league contract because the right-hander recovers from elbow surgical procedure.

Texas stated Monday that it has agreed to minor league offers with Bush, pitchers Zac Curtis and Tim Dillard, and infielder Chase d’Arnaud. They may report to main league spring coaching.

Bush is not anticipated to be prepared till the second half of the season after surgical procedure in September to restore a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament in his proper elbow.

The 32-year-old made the final of his 21 appearances for Texas final season on June 14. Bush had no document with a four.70 ERA and have become a free agent when the Rangers did not supply a contract by the Nov. 20 deadline.

The No. 1 total decide as an infielder out of highschool by San Diego in 2004, Bush lastly made it to the large leagues as a hard-throwing reliever for the Rangers in 2016. He’s 10-6 with a three.35 ERA and 138 strikeouts in 137 innings over elements of three seasons.

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