Texas Rangers All-Decade Spring Team: Second Base
The Texas Rangers have had a few great second baseman over the past decade, namely Ian Kinsler and 2016 Rougned Odor.
However, aside from those two, there hasn’t been a whole lot of buzz around the second base bag.
Based solely off of OPS, the best spring training second baseman for the Texas Rangers is Ian Kinsler.
Ian Kinsler had an OPS of 1.148 during the 2012 spring season, hitting .390 and slugging .729.
He added five home runs and doubles to his success, as well.
Backing up Kinsler on this list is former Frisco RoughRider, Josh Morgan.
Now in the Seattle organization, Morgan was a utility-infielder for the Rangers that saw time behind home plate, as well.
During the 2016 spring training games, Morgan hit a slash line of .300/.462/.600 with an OPS of 1.062.
He has never seen big league action, but will be given a chance to be the Mariner’s backup catcher this season.
Rougned Odor would be a close third, but was just shy of Morgan’s spring success, with a 1.047 OPS.