8. Brad Miller
Brad Miller hasn't exactly left a mark since signing with the Rangers 19 months ago.
A versatile player who can play every infield position, Miller has been limited to just 108 games and 308 plate appearances since the beginning of the 2022 campaign. He has eight HRs and 38 RBIs since then but has struggled to connect with the ball, batting .212 with 81 strikeouts.
A strained left hamstring halted any shot that Miller had of helping the Rangers on their postseason run, seeing his season shut down in August. His absence down the stretch makes it hard to justify Texas bringing him back in free agency.
Miller is who he is at this point — a below-average batter with some defensive upside. He just isn't going to be more than that, especially now that he's firmly in his 30s. With his being a free agent, there's no real incentive for the Rangers to bring him back for a third season.