The 10 greatest outfield arms in Texas Rangers history
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Texas Rangers best outfield arms: No. 5- Ian Desmond
The Texas Rangers signed Desmond late in the 2016 offseason with the intent for him to move from the infield dirt to the outfield grass.
Desmond wasted no time getting adjusted to left fieId, and soon after, became the Rangers everyday centerfielder.
He’s always had the athletic ability, and put it on full display after making the transition.
Over the course of 1,360 innings, Desmond sported a 4.1 ARM rating in his first season as an outfielder.
Not too shabby for a converted shortstop, who would go on to sign a huge deal with the Colorado Rockies to roam the expansive Coors Field outfield.