State of the Texas Rangers’ 2022 40-man roster at the MLB Lockout

Chris Giles
SURPRISE, ARIZONA - MARCH 07: Corey Seager #5 of the Los Angeles Dodgers bats against the Texas Rangers during the sixth inning of the MLB spring training baseball game at Surprise Stadium on March 07, 2021 in Surprise, Arizona. (Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images)
SURPRISE, ARIZONA - MARCH 07: Corey Seager #5 of the Los Angeles Dodgers bats against the Texas Rangers during the sixth inning of the MLB spring training baseball game at Surprise Stadium on March 07, 2021 in Surprise, Arizona. (Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images) /
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State of the Texas Rangers’ 40-man roster: Catchers

The Rangers 40-man roster is down to three catchers after David Garcia and Yohel Pozo were non-tendered.  Both were re-signed to minor league deals and are likely to start the season in the MILB.  All three could make the Opening Day roster with the Rangers, with Huff able to play 1B or DH.

Jose Trevino played 89 games with Texas last year.  He hit for a .239 AVG, 5 HR, and 30 RBI.  Trevino is under team control until 2026 and his salary for 2022 is TBD because he is not yet arbitration eligible.

Johan Heim played 82 games with Texas in 2021.  He hit for a .196 AVG, 10 HR, 32 RBI.  Heim is under team control until 2027 and his salary for 2022 is TBD because he is not yet arbitration eligible.

Sam Huff injured his knee in Spring Training and did not play with the Rangers last year.  In 2020, Huff played 10 games with Texas where he hit for a .355 AVG, 3 HR, 4 RBI.  Huff is under team control until at least 2028 and his salary for 2022 is TBD because he is not yet arbitration eligible.

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