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The Texas Rangers open the 2014 season on Monday against Cliff Lee and the Philadelphia Phillies. Our panel from 105.3 The Fan weighed in with their predictions for the season.
In a span of three days the week before opening day, the Rangers scratched ace Yu Darvish from that scheduled start because of neck stiffness, and found out they would be without second baseman Jurickson Profar and catcher Geovany Soto for 10 to 12 weeks each because of injuries.
Jurickson Profar, the prized prospect who was supposed to be the opening day second baseman for the Rangers, will be out an estimated 10 to 12 weeks with a tear in his shoulder.
Jurickson Profar is 21-years-old going into the 2014 season. And the Rangers are expecting a lot.
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When Rangers manager Ron Washington fills out his lineup card, he will likely write down the names of players from seven different countries, plus Puerto Rico.
The Texas Rangers expected prospect Jurickson Profar to become their everyday second baseman in 2014. That expectation is on hold — at least for now.
No one expected the Texas Rangers to acquire Prince Fielder this offseason. So when General Manager Jon Daniels says there are still moves to be made, it’s smart to listen.
My solution involves keeping Kinsler, Profar, and Andrus. It’s not anything groundbreaking as the talk of asking Ian Kinsler to move to first base surfaced last offseason, but I dug into his contract figures and to me it makes sense to keep him, if he will move to first base.
Jurickson Profar homered in the ninth inning, and the Rangers beat the Angels with a walk-off homer for the fourth straight time at home in a 6-5 victory on Thursday night.
The Texas Rangers moved back into sole possession of first place in the AL West with a 4-1 victory over the Oakland Athletics Tuesday.