Texas Rangers: Was lack of focus the reason they struggled?
The Texas Rangers had a bad outing this season. There are a number of reasons as to why the team did poorly. Poor team chemistry is certainly a reason. However, can one of the reasons be due to lack of focus?
Lack of focus is certainly the main factor to the Texas Rangers’ rough season. However, let’s be honest, the Rangers had focus at certain times, however, they would lose it and things would spiral out of control. How did that happen?
The club’s lack of focus may be due to poor chemistry. Poor team chemistry really has an impact on a sports club. The Rangers had potential going into this season. However, due to poor team chemistry, they couldn’t tap into their potential like they did in 2016. No doubt, the Rangers can get this problem solved.
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Here’s how the Rangers can resolve their issue: When Spring Training arrives next year, everyone must report and be at 100 percent. Everyone must be healthy and more importantly, they should arrive feeling excited about baseball and most importantly, they should be motivated. That’s one way to bring focus to the team.
The Rangers need to regroup and rethink things. They should come up with new goals and challenges for next season. Forget the past and focus on the future. Basically, the Rangers need to find something to focus on. One them being winning.
The Rangers have a lot of improving to do on their roster. The pitching rotation needs work as well as the bullpen. Rougned Odor who had a bad outing as well as Nomar Mazara both need to pick themselves up and get ready for next season. These two young players are still learning and of course, struggling is part of the learning process. However, another part of learning is bouncing back which must be the lesson they’re currently working on. Jeff Banister and the coaching staff will look to make an even better roster.
The Rangers have plenty of time to put together their plans to put the team back on track.