Coach Michael Klinger’s side has also lost veteran Tom Cooper to the Adelaide Strikers.
Meanwhile, the Renegades announced on Wednesday that Liberty Financial would take over as the club’s major sponsor, replacing Mars who parted ways with the club earlier this year.
“This a great story for the Renegades and BBL more broadly as one of the league’s most well-supported clubs. Our partnership with Liberty has continued to evolve over the first 12 months and we’re delighted they have chosen to become our principal partner for the next three years,” Renegades general manager David Lever said.
“This is a significant commitment from Liberty in what has been a difficult year for all Victorians. There is natural synergy in Liberty’s free-thinking approach and that of our club and we’re looking forward to what we can build together over the next three years.
“The Big Bash remains the highest-rating domestic league in Australia. We know we offer families around the country a great experience and we look forward to working closely with Liberty over the next three years to ensure our club becomes further entrenched in the hearts and minds of our members and fans.”