After striking out on major targets this offseason, third base is sure to be watched with a critical eyes by Texas Rangers fans in the 2020 season.
There was no question, that entering the offseason, third base was the position of concern for the Texas Rangers and the majority of their fans. When Adrian Beltre retired at the end of the 2018 season, all eyes were on how Texas would address the hot corner in 2019. The Rangers opted for cheaper free agent options, hoping one would turn into a home run. Nothing really materialized. That only increased expectations this offseason of a significant addition but after striking out on major targets, fans are likely to watch third base with a critical eye as the we enter the 2020 season.