Projecting a future Texas Rangers rotation with Jack Leiter

Seth Carlson
Vanderbilt pitcher Jack Leiter (22) pitches against East Carolina during the fifth inning of game 2 of the NCAA Super Regionals at Hawkins Field Saturday, June 12, 2021 in Nashville, Tenn.Nas Vandy Ecu 027
Vanderbilt pitcher Jack Leiter (22) pitches against East Carolina during the fifth inning of game 2 of the NCAA Super Regionals at Hawkins Field Saturday, June 12, 2021 in Nashville, Tenn.Nas Vandy Ecu 027 /
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Texas Rangers Cole Winn
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Texas Rangers Future Rotation: RHP Cole Winn

Winn is one of the best pitching prospects in the Texas Rangers’ system and that’s evidenced by his domination of AA in 2021, as well as being selected to the 2021 All-Star Futures Game (as well as pitching in it).

The organization’s No. 3 prospect could be ready for the big leagues as soon as 2022, where hopefully he’ll reach his ceiling as a frontline starter.

With a veteran like Kershaw or Scherzer in tow, Winn could be eased into big league action, which would allow him to really get a feel for pitching at the game’s highest level. But he brings a plus fastball and improving breaking balls to the table as a prospect with multiple offerings, meaning that success doesn’t seem hard for Winn to eventually attain.

If he keeps pitching the way he’s been doing so at Frisco this season, Winn should get Texas Rangers fans super excited.

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