Ranking the Texas Rangers Top Prospects

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Mandatory Credit: Jim Cowsert-USA TODAY Sports

5) Third baseman Joey Gallo is ranked ninth by MLB and is fifth on the Texas Rangers list.  When Gallo was signed out of high school, he was a two-way player, but no longer wanted to pitch.  Rangers knew he could hit and he proved them right in 2012 when he broke Arizona Rookie League’s single-season HR record.  In his first full season, Gallo led the 2013 minor leagues with 40 HR.  He has a plus arm and raw power, but he strikes out often.  If he can learn how to swing and hit more consistently, he’ll be a solid choice at third base for the Rangers.

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