7. Robbie Grossman
Robbie Grossman has made a nice career out for himself by being a solid roleplayer. Although he's never the best player on a given team, he's still racked up 1,126 games played since 2013 and has played at least 115 contests in each of the last six 162-game seasons.
After a down 2022 campaign, Grossman turned things around after signing with the Rangers back in January. He went on to play 115 games in a Texas jersey, tallying 10 HRs and 49 RBIs while drawing 57 walks.
Much to Rangers fans' dismay, though, Grossman's play completely fell off during the postseason.
He's made 19 at-bats across seven playoff games, tallying just two hits while slashing .100/.150/.158 along the way. Making matters worse is the fact that Grossman has also struck out 10 times, giving him a 52.6% strikeout percentage — severely above his career average of 22.2%.
Grossman's declining defense play is another reason why the Rangers might not be keen on bringing him back. His .968 fielding percentage in the outfield is the second-worst mark for any season where he's played at least 500 innings. He also made three fielding errors and finished with the second-worst defensive WAR (minus-1.5) of his career.
With Grossman's overall play declining as he ages, the Rangers may as well get off this ride before it's too late.