10 Texas Rangers prospects who could make their MLB debut in 2022

Chris Giles
AMARILLO, TEXAS - JULY 23: Infielder Josh Jung #18 of the Frisco RoughRiders stands on deck during the game against the Amarillo Sod Poodles at HODGETOWN Stadium on July 23, 2021 in Amarillo, Texas. (Photo by John E. Moore III/Getty Images)
AMARILLO, TEXAS - JULY 23: Infielder Josh Jung #18 of the Frisco RoughRiders stands on deck during the game against the Amarillo Sod Poodles at HODGETOWN Stadium on July 23, 2021 in Amarillo, Texas. (Photo by John E. Moore III/Getty Images) /
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#5- Ronny Henriquez-RHP

Draft: 2017, International Signing, Dominican Republic

2021 Stats:

Teams: A+/AA (2 teams)

W-L: 5-7

ERA: 4.71

G/GS: 21/16

IP: 93.2

H: 78

HR: 17

BB: 25

SO: 105

AVG: .220

WHIP: 1.10

Ronny Henriquez is currently the #15 prospect in the Texas organization.  Henriquez has been primarily used as a starter during his three years pitching in the Rangers organization.  Henriquez has logged 233.2 inning pitched in three seasons.  Each year, Henriquez adds more innings to his workload.  Henriquez will likely start the year in AA but, should get promoted to AAA by mid-season.  Unless there are significant injuires to the Texas rotation, Henriquez should make his MLB debut as a September call-up.

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