Texas Rangers 60-Man Roster Prospect Analysis

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(Editor’s Note: This post has been updated to include all moves through Aug. 28.


Allard, Kolby
Allen, Cody
Bahr, Jason
Benjamin, Wes
Chavez, Jesse
Evans, Demarcus
Farrell, Luke
García, Luis
Gibaut, Ian
Gibson, Kyle
Goody, Nick
Hearn, Taylor
Herget, Jimmy
Hernández, Jonathan
Huang, Wei-Chieh
Jurado, Ariel
King, John
Kluber, Corey
Law, Derek
Leclerc, José
Lyles, Jordan
Lynn, Lance
Martin, Brett
Minor, Mike
Montero, Rafael
Nicasio, Juan
Palumbo, Joe
Phillips, Tyler
Rodríguez, Joely
Speas, Alex
Vanasco, Ricky
Volquez, Edinson
Winn, Cole
Chirinos, Robinson
Ciuffo, Nick
Federowicz, Tim
Huff, Sam
Mathis, Jeff
Swihart, Blake
Trevino, Jose
Andrus, Elvis
Apostel, Sherten
Bird, Greg
Foscue, Justin
Frazier, Todd
Guzmán, Ronald
Hernandez, Yonny
Ibáñez, Andy
Jung, Josh
Kiner-Falefa, Isiah
Odor, Rougned
Rivera, Yadiel
Tejeda, Anderson
Calhoun, Willie
Choo, Shin-Soo
Gallo, Joey
García, Adolis
Heineman, Scott
Refsnyder, Rob
Santana, Danny
Solak, Nick
Taveras, Leody


The Rangers have five of their top six prospects in their pool with are 3B Josh Jung, C Sam Huff, CF Leody Taveras 2B/OF Nick Solak and first-round pick 2B Justin Foscue. LHP Joe Palumbo, RHP Jonathan Hernandez and RHP DeMarcus Evans are there as well. Palumbo is a potential back-end starter, Hernandez has starter experience but has a fastball he can dial up to 99 mph in short stints, while Evans throws a power invisiball and could possibly play a role in the big league bullpen this year. 3B Sherten Apostel and SS Anderson Tejeda, two other 40-man roster members, are also here, mostly for development purposes.


The Rangers added RHP Cole Winn after leaving him off their initial pool, but did not do the same for RHPs Hans Crouse or Ronny Henriquez, two righthanders who joined Winn in the 2019 rotation at low Class A Hickory. Foscue was added to the roster in August, as were RHPs Ricky Vanasco and Jason Bahr and 2B Yonny Hernandez. Veterans Derek Dietrich and Jerad Eickhoff also signed minor league deals and were added.

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