Texas Rangers: Jose Trevino and Taylor Hearn bromance is everything

Seth Carlson
ARLINGTON, TEXAS - AUGUST 18: Jose Trevino #56 of the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Field on August 18, 2020 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
ARLINGTON, TEXAS - AUGUST 18: Jose Trevino #56 of the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Field on August 18, 2020 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) /
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Texas Rangers' reliever Taylor Hearn
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The off-season may be long and grinding, but that hasn’t stopped Texas Rangers catcher Jose Trevino and reliever Taylor Hearn from making the most of the winter months.

The two teammates on the field have managed to keep the good times rolling even during a pandemic, teaming up on some amazing charitable events, hosting an Instagram followers competition, debating over Texas NBA franchises (Trevino is a San Antonio Spurs fan while Hearn keeps it local with the Dallas Mavericks) and even taking part in some classic tie down rope.

Texas Rangers players Jose Trevino and Taylor Hearn have a great friendship.

So refreshing, so “bro”-mantic, so… wholesome.

Trevino and Hearn alone have been the bulk of the entertainment on the Texas Rangers social media front this winter, if we’re being honest.

And we’re totally here for all of it!

This bromance is extra special because it’s fun to follow and take part in (they really value our opinions!) and because of the anticipation of what’s to come for these two both on and off the diamond.

No pressure, of course, but we don’t expect the content to just simmer down once the season begins, Jose and Taylor!

For all the teasing and jabbing that seems to be going on between these two, though, it’s clear that each player has a mutual respect and admiration for one another, which is exactly what’s needed to construct strong clubhouse chemistry over a long season.

The 28-year-old Trevino received a super brief cup of coffee with the Rangers in 2018, but saw more consistent playing time in 2019 and 2020. He’s poised to start the 2021 season as the team’s catcher.

As for the 26-year-old Hearn, he made his Texas Rangers debut at the end of 2019, pitching in just one game. He saw more extended action in 2020 and figures to be a prominent fixture in the team’s bullpen as one of the main lefties in 2021.

Keep up the great bromance, Jose and Taylor! It’s things like this that can provide comedic relief during challenging times and breaks during what can be an otherwise dragging season.

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