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.
Rougned Odor hit a third-inning grand slam to back Colby Lewis, and the last-place Texas Rangers beat Seattle 12-4 Wednesday to take two of three from the Mariners.
The Texas Rangers are currently fighting off the Houston Astros for last place in the AL West. But believe it or not, a number of things have gone WELL for the Rangers in 2014.
Texas Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor has left a game against Cleveland after spraining his right shoulder on a head-first slide.
Rougned Odor collected his first home run and drove in his first two runs, and Adrian Beltre homered too, as the Rangers grabbed a 4-0 win over the Astros on Monday night.
Rangers 2B Rougned Odor had a memorable 6th inning in Houston on Monday. After hitting his first career home run, the rookie then fielded the ball in a very unusual way.
The Texas Rangers have promoted two infielders from Double-A Frisco in place of the veteran second basemen who have shared that role.
Right-hander Nate Adcock was assigned to minor league camp by the Texas Rangers on Wednesday, a day before he is scheduled for surgery to relieve Thoracic Outlet Syndrome.
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.