How have Texas Rangers’ top prospects panned out over the last decade?

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ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 22: Neftali Feliz #30 of the Texas Rangers pitches against the Houston Astros in the top of the ninth inning at Globe Life Park in Arlington on September 22, 2014 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 22: Neftali Feliz #30 of the Texas Rangers pitches against the Houston Astros in the top of the ninth inning at Globe Life Park in Arlington on September 22, 2014 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images) /
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A look back on the Texas Rangers’ top prospects over the years. Which ones have panned out and which ones have faded away?

Nothing gets the people goin like prospect talk. Everyone seems to think they have a beat on an organization’s top prospects, but the reality is, they’re vastly unpredictable. Some peter out in the mid-levels of the minor leagues, some fall to career-altering injury, and some simply can’t hang once they make it to the big leagues. Also included are the prospects that live up to the hype or even exceed expectations.

The Texas Rangers have a lot of intriguing talent in the minors right now. They have two prospects in MLB.com’s Top 100 list and a bevy of high potential, but very green prospects scattered throughout their system. To provide reference as to how their current talent may or may not pan out, read on and review the results of their top talent over the past decade.

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