ARLINGTON -- The Rangers are bringing back Tim Hulett to manage their Class A short-season Spokane team in the Northwest League.
Hulett is returning for his sixth season as manager and has a record of 199-180. The Indians have made the playoffs in two of five seasons under Hulett.
Hulett, 51, is a former Major League infielder who spent 12 seasons with the White Sox, Orioles and Cardinals. He is the father of former Major League infielder Tug Hulett.
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