12 players you forgot were on the Texas Rangers
Did you forget that these players were Texas Rangers at one point?
Since 2010, the Texas Rangers have had a different roster makeup every year that has produced some of the biggest stars in the game.
Josh Hamilton, Michael Young, Vlad Guerrero, Adrian Beltre, Joey Gallo and many others headlined the Texas Rangers roster.
Those are just a few big names, but who were the guys that helped fill out the remaining roster spots?
We’re going to look back and remember the most underrated, forgotten and lost players in Texas Rangers history.
These are players who may have been productive during their time in Texas, or were forgotten veterans who performed poorly.
Either way, this will surely give you some nostalgia when looking back on the most forgotten and underrated players from the 2010-2019 seasons.
LHP Michael Kirkman- 2010 Texas Rangers
Michael Kirkman made his MLB debut on August 21, 2010 and made an immediate impact in the Texas Rangers bullpen.
In what would be the most historic season in Rangers history, Kirkman’s 1.65 ERA over 16.1 innings helped propel Texas into the playoffs.
As a 23-year old rookie, Michael Kirkman was added to the playoff roster and pitched to a 3.38 ERA in the 2010 postseason. Kirkman takes home the honor for me in 2010.
Honorable Mentions: OF Jeff Francoeur, SS Alex Cora and UTL Esteban German.