The Texas Rangers have added many players to their roster this offseason that I am hoping will help get them to the big show. Who do you think will make the biggest impact?
Here’s a quick recap of the candidates’ 2013 Season:
Michael Choice: Made MLB debut with the Oakland Athletics on September 2, 2013; played 9 games batting .278/.316/.333; traded to Texas Rangers on December 13, 2013
J.P. Arencibia: Played 131 games with the Toronto Blue Jays batting .194/.227/.365 with 21 homers before becoming a free agent on December 2, 2013 and being signed with Texas Rangers on December 10, 2013
Adam Rosales: Designated for assignment by the Oakland Athletics and claimed by Texas Rangers three times in 11 days before finally being claimed off waiver by the Rangers on August 8, 2013; played a total of 68 games batting line of .190/.259/.327 with 5 home runs
Alex Castellanos: Played 8 games with the Los Angeles Dodgers batting .167/.167/.389 with 1 home run before designated for assignment and removed from the 40-man roster on October 17, 2013; traded to Boston Red Sox on October 23, 2013 then designated for assignment to make room for Mike Napoli on December 12, 2013; claimed off waivers by the Texas Rangers on December 23, 2013
The poll closes on Friday. Make sure to come back on Sunday for results!
Who Will Make the Biggest Impact for the Texas Rangers?
- C- J.P. Arencibia (52%, 34 Votes)
- RF- Michael Choice (45%, 29 Votes)
- RF- Alex Castellanos (2%, 1 Votes)
- IF- Adam Rosales (1%, 1 Votes)
Total Voters: 65