Mar 24, 2015; Surprise, AZ, USA; Texas Rangers designated hitter Adrian Beltre bats against the Los Angeles Angels in a spring training game at Surprise Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Heath: Prince Fielder. He is healthy and had a decent spring. I see him hitting at least 25 home runs and drivingeneral in runs. The Rangers definitely need all the production they can get from Fielder for them to get that wild card spot.
Ryan: Prince Fielder, I think he comes back strong and is the most consistent performer in the lineup this year.
Lisa: This is an obvious one, Adrian Beltre. Beltre is the glue of the club. Even though he’s getting older, he is still one of the reasons the Rangers kept going last season.
Leslie: Adrian Beltre
David Hill: MVP (offense): Shin-Soo Choo. When healthy, he has a blend of speed and power that is truly special. I feel that he will be healthy this year, and back to his normal 20/20 self while hitting over .300.
Jason: Beltre and Fielder are the obvious picks. I have a gut feeling about Rougned Odor. He’s going to be a pesky out, and should set up the rest of the lineup for success, no matter where he’s at in the order.
Colin: Adrian Beltre. Belts stayed healthy for the first time in years and had no supporting cast at all. If he can maintain his body for one or two more years he’s a lock for the Hall. If the Rangers could make one more run with him at third, he’s first ballot guy. If Beltre and Fielder can do that Bash Brothers thing, this could be an interesting season of offense in Arlington, no Jet Stream be damned. But we sure haven’t seen any signs of it this summer.
Ace: Adrian Beltre, he is going to be underrated as long as he plays. Since becoming a Texas Ranger in 2011, all he’s done is be a leader and a hit machine.
.315 AVG, .530 SLG, .893 OPS and most notably are the 715 hits, an average of just under 179 hits a year. Incredible, and numbers can’t even measure the previously mentioned leadership and character the four-time All-Star (three with Texas) brings.
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