Texas Rangers: The most valuable players in team history
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Texas Rangers all-time WAR leaders: 10-6
Some of the greatest franchise memories have come from players ranked in this tier.
Beginning at the 10 spot is Kenny Rogers, whose finished his Rangers career with a 31.4 WAR.
Kenny Rogers completed his perfect game on July 28, 1994, blanking the California Angels on a warm Texas night.
In the ninth spot, Juan Gonzalez and his franchise WAR of 31.9.
Most notably in Gonzalez’s career was the homerun he hit to clinch the Texas Rangers first A.L. West title in 1996.
Arguably the greatest Texas Ranger to wear the #11, Toby Harrah, ranks 8th all-time with a 32.3 WAR.
Rounding out the last few spots in this tier are knuckle-baller Charlie Hough (32.6 WAR) and longtime catcher and Gold Glove winner Jim Sundberg (34.7 WAR).