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Cody Buckel, Back on Track?

For much of the past two seasons, “enigma” has been an optimal word to describe Rangers pitching prospect Cody Buckel. Formerly a performance prospect extraordinaire who dominated the A-ball levels as a teenager, he suddenly lost all sense of the strike zone in 2013, walking 35 batters in 10 2/3 innings. It’s one thing to […]
Via Fangraphs
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Rangers believe former top prospect Cody Buckel back in form after turbulent 2013

The Rangers brought in 14 pitchers, including several rising young prospects, for a minicamp that opened Tuesday at Rangers Ballpark. It was too soon for right-hander Cody Buckel to be included. A year ago, this would have been unthinkable. Buckel had won the Nolan Ryan pitcher of the year award as the top minor league arm. Arizona insisted Buckel be included in a deal for outfielder...
Via Pro Sports Daily
January 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Texas Rangers’ Amateur Draft Recap 2010-2012

With Thursday’s Major League Baseball draft quickly approaching, teams take a few days to turn their attention away from the current season to focus on their future. While some of these young men that are selected in this year’s draft will have a large impact on the organization in the next few seasons, success is not guaranteed. Unlike the other “big four” sports, baseball...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
June 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Texas Rangers Prospect Cody Buckel and the Case of the Yips

Baseball is a mental game and every ball player has heard this throughout their playing days. Baseball is a game of failure and requires you to be “mentally tough” to succeed. How else can a major league hitter fail seven out of ten times and still be considered at the top of their game (equating to a .300 AVG). Baseball is a game that is played between the ears as well as between...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
May 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Rangers make moves with struggling prospects

ARLINGTON, Texas Mike Olt and Cody Buckel, two of the top prospects in the Texas system, are dealing with separate issues that have slowed them. Olt, who hasn't played since last Thursday for Triple A Round Rock, told the team he was having vision problems and has been seeing doctors in the Metroplex. Buckel, the left-hander for Double A Frisco, has been shifted to the bullpen...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
April 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Lone Star Dugout Q&A: Danny Clark (Part 1)

FRISCO, Texas – While in Frisco for a recent game against Arkansas, Lone Star Dugout's Jason Cole sat down with Texas Rangers minor league pitching coordinator Danny Clark to discuss some of the organization's prospects. In part one of this two-part series, Clark talks about Justin Grimm, Cody Buckel, and three young Single-A Hickory hurlers.
Via rangers.scout.com
April 21, 2013  |  Discuss

DICK’S Sporting Goods New Ad Campaign Hits A Home Run

Texas Rangers pitching prospect Cody Buckel delivers “Every Pitch” perfect. A few weeks ago, TSB got an early look at DICK’S Sporting Goods new ad campaign run by Anomaly. With opening day right around the corner, what better way to get customers into your store for new baseball equipment than with a one minute, ultra HD, slow-mo masterpiece? DICK’S unleashed this new commercial...
Via Total Sports Blog
March 14, 2013  |  Discuss

30 Prospects in 30 Days: Cody Buckel – SP – Texas Rangers

Is Cody Buckel a top of the rotation pitcher? Or is he destined to be back of the rotation fodder. Read along as we walk through Buckel’s resume. I scouted Buckel last year and a short report is also included. Profile Cody Buckel was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2010 Amateur Draft out of Royal High School in Simi Valley, CA. The 20 year-old right hander is listed at 6’ 1...
Via The Fantasy Fix
February 19, 2013  |  Discuss
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