The deal is reportedly worth $1.6 billion and is among the most lucrative in Major League Baseball for a team without their own regional sports network.
USA Today first reported the deal was worth $3 billion, but a Fox spokesman said that amount was “wildly inflated.”
The Rangers current deal is worth roughly $45 million a year, compared to $80 million a year as part of the extension.
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