Sam Huff Learns From Veterans At Big League Camp
The 22-year-old catcher has spent his first big league spring training soaking up information.
Joe Palumbo Augments Rotation Depth
Young lefties like Palumbo, Kolby Allard and Brock Burke give the Rangers something that has been sorely missing in recent seasons: rotation depth.
Bobby Wilson Converts From Player To Manager
Just months after his playing career ended, Wilson found another way to stay busy.
2019 Minor League Manager Of The Year: Corey Ragsdale
Many of the Rangers’ top prospects and best players in 2019 played for Ragsdale, who also served as the organization’s minor league field coordinator.
New Slider Gives Tyler Phillips An Edge
The 22-year-old righthander excels at throwing strikes, but he didn't find the desired results at Double-A until adding a pitch that moved to his glove side.
Curtis Terry Becomes A More Complete Player
The fifth-year pro busted out in full-season ball to win the Rangers' minor league player of the year award.
Alexander Ovalles Makes Loud U.S. Debut
A knack for hard contact and has Ovalles positioned to join the Rangers' clutch of outfield prospects.
Sam Huff: Rangers 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
Also named Futures Game MVP back in July, the 2019 season has been one to remember for Sam Huff.
Nick Solak Provides Rangers With Infield Depth
Infield depth at the upper levels was in short supply for Texas this year, so the club made a move to address that.
Rangers Turn To Young Relievers To Fill Important Bullpen Roles
Lefthander Locke St. John and righty Peter Fairbanks are just two of the seven Rangers relievers who have made their major league debut in 2019.