Posted February 05, 2013 on rangers.scout.com
PLAYERS: Coty Woods
TEAMS: Texas Rangers
The Texas Rangers selected sidearming right-hander Coty Woods in this offseason's Rule 5 Draft, and the reliever will get a chance to crack the Rangers' bullpen in spring training. Lone Star Dugout takes a look at the 24-year-old prospect with an in-depth scouting report.
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