Nov 2, 2013; Surprise, AZ, USA; Texas Rangers catcher Jorge Alfaro against the East during the Fall Stars Game at Surprise Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Texas Rangers Minor League Standouts on Offense

At the rate the Texas Rangers are being injured this season, it never hurts to keep up with the minors. Plus, if i do it for you then all you have to do is read this instead of going and doing all of the research yourself! I am trying to make life easy and entertaining for you! That is kind of our goal here! We will start with offense.

Myrtle Beach Pelicans: Now that Joey Gallo has moved up to the next level, I guess it is finally time for us to talk about someone else in the Pelicans organization! I am going to give you the top three in several categories. Those categories are:

Batting Average:

Outfielder Royce Bolinger – .308

Outfielder Nick Williams – .305

Second baseman Edwin Garcia – .300


Catcher Jorge Alfaro – 43

First baseman Preston Beck – 40

Second baseman Chris Bostick – 38

Home Runs:

Catcher Jorge Alfaro – 8

Second baseman Chris Bostick – 7

First baseman Preston Beck – 6

Of course Joey Gallo, future Texas Rangers third baseman, still leads the team in all three of these categories even though he is now with Frisco. He finished at A ball batting .333 with 21 home runs and 50 RBI. Just for the record.

Frisco Rough Riders:

Batting Average:

Short stop Michael De Leon – .333 (only 3 at bats so far, so I will do another one here.)

Third Baseman Guilder Rodriguez – .326

Infielder Odubel Herrera – .325

Catcher Tomas Telis – .320


Third baseman Ryan Rua – 38

Left fielder Jake Smolinski – 35

First baseman Trever Adams – 32

Home Runs:

Third baseman Ryan Rua – 10

Left fielder Jake Smolinski – 10

First baseman Trever Adams – 7

Round Rock Express:

Batting Average:

The first two leaders in this category only have a combined 15 at bats, so we will again do the three after them as well.

First baseman Carlos Pena – .333

Shortstop Juremi Profar – .333

Shortstop Andy Parrino – .309

First baseman Adam Rosales – .286

Third baseman Alex Bucholz – .283


Outfielder Jared Hoying – 42

First baseman Adam Rosales – 39

Left Fielder Bryan Petersen – 36

Home Runs:

Outfielder Jared Hoying – 13

Left Fielder Bryan Petersen – 8

Third baseman Brent Lillibridge – 6





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