The 10 Greatest Home Run Hitters in Texas Rangers History

Chris Giles
CHICAGO - CIRCA 1996: Juan Gonzalez #19 of the Texas Rangers bats during an MLB game at Comiskey Park in Chicago, Illinois. Gonzalez played for 17 years, with 4 different teams, was a 3-time All-Star and a 2-time American League MVP. (Photo by SPX/Ron Vesely Photography via Getty Images)
CHICAGO - CIRCA 1996: Juan Gonzalez #19 of the Texas Rangers bats during an MLB game at Comiskey Park in Chicago, Illinois. Gonzalez played for 17 years, with 4 different teams, was a 3-time All-Star and a 2-time American League MVP. (Photo by SPX/Ron Vesely Photography via Getty Images) /
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#7- Michael Young

Years: 13 (2000-2012)

GP: 1,823

HR: 177

Michael Young played the most games in Texas Rangers history.  Young played all but one season in MLB for the Rangers.  Young played multiple infield positions and was excellent at 3B, SS, and 2B.

In 1,970 career games covering 14 MLB seasons, Young hit 185 HR and added 1,030 RBI.  He also collected 2,375 hits including 441 doubles and 60 triples.

Four times, Young hit 20 or more HR including a career high 24 in 2005.

Young was a seven time All-Star (2004-2009, 2011), won the Gold Glove in 2008, was the AL batting champion in 2005 (.331), led the AL in hits in 2005 (221) and 2011 (213), in 2019 had his Texas Rangers #10 retired, and in 2016 Young was enshrined into the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame.

According to baseball-reference.com, Young earned almost $91M for his career including $16.174M in 2011 when he was a member of the Rangers.

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