February 17, 2013; Surprise, AZ, USA; Texas Rangers players jog to the fields during spring training at Surprise Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
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!