The overriding assumption with baseball’s top prospect Jurickson Profar is that the Rangers would open the season with him in the minors. On Tuesday, the club made it official.
Now at 25 years old, Leonys Martin has to deal with an unenviable burden: replacing Josh Hamilton in the Rangers’ lineup.
Close your eyes, and you can still see Josh Hamilton muff that easy fly ball in Oakland’s bright afternoon sun during the lost last week of last season.
Rangers top prospect Jurickson Profar drew a leadoff walk against All-Star pitcher Yu Darvish, stole second base and scored an unearned run to start an intrasquad scrimmage Tuesday.
The Rangers agreed to one-year contracts with 11 players on Monday, including pitcher Alexi Ogando and first baseman Mitch Moreland.
Rangers infielder Jurickson Profar is baseball’s consensus top prospect, but he will not represent his native Curacao in the upcoming World Baseball Classic.
Jurickson Profar is the top prospect in all of baseball. But the supremely talented man is looking to break into a well-stocked lineup with no room to spare.
Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus arrived to spring training on Thursday morning, a day prior to the Friday deadline for position players, sporting a strong Mohawk hairstyle.
I really should be out and about trying to get the title of my car transferred, but I’m seeing Jon Daniels quotes all over the Twitter world, the pepperoni pizza is tasting delicious and my A.D.D. is kicking in.
The top prospect in baseball is Rangers shortstop Jurickson Profar, according to the MLB Network. The channel aired its top 50 prospects for the 2013 season on Tuesday night.
With Rangers GM Jon Daniels saying Ian Kinsler will not shift to first base, it’s starting to look like prospect Jurickson Profar might begin next season in the minors. Is this the right move?
According to a report, Rangers GM Jon Daniels said that veteran Ian Kinsler will “almost certainly” remain at second base in 2013, despite consideration of moving him elsewhere.