The Rangers are still negotiating a possible contract extension with 2012 All-Star and Cy Young candidate Matt Harrison.
The Texas Rangers are still discussing an extension with left-handed starter Matt Harrison, according to Richard Durrett of ESPNDallas.com. Talk of an extension for the Rangers top starter were first reported in November and while they are on-going, nothing definitive has been reported as to the possible term or dollar value at this point.
The 27 year old was 18-11 last season for the Rangers with a 3.29 ERA. He was also named to the AL All-Star team for the first time and the eighth place finisher in the Cy Young Award voting. He is in his second arbitration-eligible year this off-season and he can become a free agent in 2015 if a deal is not reached before then. Last season he earned $2.95M and he should see a pay raise in arbitration this year.
Given his age, durability and his consistent improvement,