New Year’s Resolutions for the Texas Rangers in 2019
By Kenneth Nash
Trust This Process
This one goes out to Rangers fans as much as it does the organization. This year Texas underwent a major overhaul in leadership positions particularly on the coaching staff. All those changes aren’t locks to work out immediately. In fact, it’s likely that this year may start out even rougher than 2018 did. No matter, the organization and fans alike, need to stick by the decisions that have been made and let this play out. If you’re committed to the future you’ve constructed, stick with it even if it gets ugly at times.
We’re going to have guys playing at positions they’re not 100% accustomed to like Isiah Kiner-Falefa behind the plate. That usually isn’t a formula for immediate success but it can pay off big time in the future. Sticking with what your plan is the best way to speed up this process and return to being a contending club.