Ramirez Shows Great Control For Rangers

The Rangers saw their minor league pitching depth take a hit last summer, when the eventual American League champs shipped away multiple young arms in roster-bolstering trades for the stretch drive. Club officials still like the talent in the system but know that the two upper levels aren't as stocked as they could be. Enter pitchers like Neil Ramirez, who have a chance to jump a few levels this season as the Rangers continue their efforts to develop quality big league starting pitchers.

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