Greatest home run hitters in Texas Rangers history: Honorable Mention
Dean Palmer played 774 games over eight years with the Rangers. Staring in 1989, Palmer primarily played 3B for Texas. Palmer hit 154 HR, including a career best 38 in 1996, while playing in a Rangers uniform. During his 14 year career, Palmer slugged 275 HR.
Mark Teixeira played 693 games over parts of five seasons with the Rangers. Starting in 2003, Teixeira primarily played 1B for Texas. Teixeira hit 153 HR, including a career best 43 in 2005, while playing for the Rangers. During his 14 year career, Teixeira slugged 409 HR.
Josh Hamilton played 697 games over parts of six seasons with the Rangers. Starting in 2008, Hamilton primarily played CF for Texas. Hamilton hit 150 HR, including a career best 43 in 2012, while playing for the Rangers. During his 9 year career, Hamilton slugged 200 HR.
Joey Gallo is currently a member of the New York Yankees. Gallo played 568 games over parts of seven seasons in Arlington. Starting in 2015, Gallo primarily played RF for Texas. Gallo hit 145 HR while playing for the Rangers, including a career best 41 in 2017. So far, Gallo has hit 158 career HR.
Pete Incaviglia played 694 games over parts of five seasons with the Rangers. Starting in 1986, Incaviglia primarily played LF for Texas. Incaviglia hit 124 HR, including 30 as a rookie (a Rangers rookie record that was broken by Adolis Garcia in 2021), while playing in a Rangers uniform. During his 12 year career, Incaviglia slugged 206 HR.