Ranking Texas Rangers’ Top 5 Prospects From Spring Training

Ranking The Texas Rangers' Top 5 Prospects From Spring Training

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With just a few games to go this spring, the Texas Rangers have used their fair share of prospects. Here are the top five that stood out the most.

5. Nick Williams, OF

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5. Nick Williams, OF

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Nick Williams gave the organization something to think about after hitting two home runs in his first spring training game with the Rangers in just two at-bats. He also drove in three runs in that game. In his second game, he ended up going 1-for-3. Talk about making an impression.

4. Roman Mendez, P

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4. Roman Mendez, P

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In the four games he appeared in this spring, Mendez logged four innings with five strikeouts. He also recorded a save against the Oakland Athletics earlier in March. Mendez has a powerful arm and can reach in the mid-90s with his fastball.

3. Ronald Guzman, 1B

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3. Ronald Guzman, 1B

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Ronald Guzman played in five games this spring for the Rangers. He was 3-for-10 with two home runs and five RBIs. The 19-year old is still a couple of years away from making the big leagues, the Rangers must be thrilled with his production this spring.

2. Rougned Odor, 2B

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2. Rougned Odor, 2B

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Second baseman Rougned Odor was a non-roster invitee to Spring Training and performed well. Expected to make his major league debut this season, Odor went 5-for-17 in 10 games this spring. Injuries could force him to make his debut earlier than expected.

1. Michael Choice, OF

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1. Michael Choice, OF

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Michael Choice was on a mission this spring to prove he deserved an opportunity to play everyday for the Rangers. He did not disappoint. Choice has had a tremendous spring and the Rangers have to be thrilled. In 25 games, Choice has gone 22-for-60 with four home runs and 15 RBIs. The decision to keep him on the bench will be a difficult one.

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