2021 Texas Rangers: Position Players
Jose Trevino split the catching duties for the Rangers in 2021. Trevino was in his 4th season in Texas. In 89 games, Trevino hit for a .239 AVG, with five HR, 30 RBI’s, and one SB. Trevino is entering his 5th season with the Rangers in 2022.
Nathaniel Lowe was the starting 1B for Texas in 2021. Lowe was in his 1st season in Texas. In 157 games, Lowe hit for a .264 AVG, with 18 HR, 72 RBI’s, and eight SB. Lowe will once again enter the 2022 season locked in at 1B for Texas.
Nick Solak was primarily the starting 2B for the Rangers in 2021. Soalk was in his 3rd season in Texas. In 127 games, Solak hit for a .242 AVG, with 11 HR, 49 RBI’s, and seven SB. Solak is entering his 4th season in Texas in 2022.
Isiah Kiner-Falefa was the starting SS for Texas in 2021. Kiner-Falefa was in his 4th season in Texas. In 158 games, Kiner-Falefa hit for a .271 AVG, with eight HR, 53 RBI’s, and 20 SB. Kiner-Falefa is entering his 5th season with Texas as the starting 3B in 2022.
Brock Holt split the 3B duties last year. In 76 games, Holt hit for a .209 AVG, with two HR, 23 RBI’s, and five SB. After the season, Holt was granted free agency and currently remains a free agent.
Willie Calhoun was the primary LF for Texas in 2021. Calhoun was playing in his 5th season with the Rangers. In 75 games, Calhoun hit for a .250 AVG, with six HR and 25 RBI’s. In 2022, Calhoun will be entering his 6th season playing MLB with Texas.
Adolis Garcia was the primary CF with the Rangers in 2021. Garcia was in his first full season with Texas. Garcia was also voted the Rangers top rookie. In 149 games, Garcia hit for a .243 AVG, with 31 HR, 90 RBI’s, and 16 SB. Garcia will play either CF or RF for the Rangers in 2022.
Joey Gallo was the starting RF for Texas in 2021. Gallo was playing in his 7th season with the Rangers. In 95 games, Gallo hit for a .223 AVG, with 25 HR, 65 RBI’s, and six SB. Gallo was traded to the New York Yankees before the trade deadline in 2021.
Yohel Pozo was recalled from AAA and primarily was the DH for the Rangers. In 21 games, Pozo hit for a .284 AVG, with one HR and nine RBI’s. Pozo can also play catcher or 1B and has a strong chance of playing for the Rangers full-time in 2022.