As Spring Training arrives, so does the opportunity for a number of players to make an impact with the big league club. Here are five candidates to do so for the Texas Rangers in 2015.
Michael Choice wasn’t able to get a hit in his first three games since rejoining the Texas Rangers following a stint in Triple-A.
The Rangers are sending struggling rookie outfielder Michael Choice to Triple-A Round Rock and preparing to use their 12th starting pitcher this season.
Donnie Murphy homered twice, Colby Lewis won for the first time in more than three weeks, and the Rangers beat the Athletics by a score of 14-8 on Monday night.
Michael Choice singled in the go-ahead run in the ninth inning, and the Rangers rallied for the second night in a row to beat the Athletics by a score of 5-4 on Tuesday night.
It’s uncertain if leadoff hitter Shin-Soo Choo will be available when the visiting Rangers try for a seventh win in eight games Tuesday night against the Oakland Athletics.
The 2014 MLB season is underway. Here’s a list of 32 guys (one from every team) that you should keep an eye on this season.
Twenty-year-old catcher Jorge Alfaro is the top Rangers’ representative in MLB.com’s Top 100 Prospects list. Alfaro is one of five Rangers to make the list.
The Texas Rangers announced on Tuesday that the club has acquired outfielder Michael Choice and infielder Chris Bostick from Oakland in exchange for outfielder Craig Gentry and pitcher Josh Lindblom.