We’ve reached the end of circling the field and looking at the Texas Rangers lineup projections for 2021. The Rangers roster crowds with many outfielders and a lot of choices, especially in left field.
Free-agent pitcher Corey Kluber recently told ESPN's Jesse Rogers that he hoped Wednesday's throwing session in Florida would prove to teams that he's healthy enough to play in 2021. Apparently, it did.
We move away from the hill to the infield to look at how the Rangers may stack up in 2021. The Rangers announced a few changes within the past month to somewhat solidify how the club looks in the next upcoming months.
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For the 2020 campaign, the Rangers’ best weapon was their bullpen. Yes, I know Texas’ pen finished in the bottom ten in MLB with a 4.63 ERA. Last season, the Rangers’ bullpen walked 112 batters (ninth-most in MLB).
The 2020 MLB calendar year threw everything at players, coaches, fans, and the sport overall. Baseball always was on a train of possible cancellation, and every single day an outbreak was on the verge of derailing the season.
On Christmas Eve, the Rangers added a piece to their rotation. The club signed Kohei Arihara to a multi-year, $6.2 million deal. While Kohei’s 2020 didn’t equal his dominance in 2019, he threw three complete games and posted an ERA under 3.50.