3. Travis Jankowski - OF
Jankowski is likely the odd man out after the postseason emergence of Evan Carter. He came through with several crucial at-bats in the World Series run, but at 32-years-old, it'd be wise for Texas to go in a younger direction moving forward.
2023 was his first season with the Rangers after spending time with five different clubs prior to this year. Jankowski batted .263 with a dozen doubles and 30 RBI, though lacks power and tends to strike out more than you'd like.
There are several depth pieces in a similar boat to Jankowski, such as Robbie Grossman, and the Rangers will have to make some tough decisions to put the club in the best position. I'd guess they spend big money trying to bring back higher-priced pieces and save money by moving on from guys like Jankowski.
He's shown flashes of power in the minors but could never fully put it together. Nonetheless, he was a valuable piece and served the Rangers well in this triumphant season.
Jankowski has been tied to the Mets and Cubs, though we'll see which club ultimately lands his services.