The Texas Rangers announced Friday that the club has acquired right-handed pitcher Luke Farrell, son of former Blue Jays and Red Sox manager John Farrell, from the Los Angeles Angels in a waiver claim.
Farrell, 27, went 3-4 with a 5.17 ERA over 20 games for the Chicago Cubs in 2018, establishing career highs in most categories.
He was sent to the Angels in a September waiver claim, but never appeared for the Angels last season. He was designated for assignment by the Halos on December 21.
With the addition of Farrell, the Rangers now have 37 players on the club’s major league roster.
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