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  • #61
    FanGraphs Summer Top-100 Prospects

    48. Leody Taveras, CF, Texas Rangers
    54. Willie Calhoun, DH, Texas Rangers
    96. Ronald Guzman, 1B, Texas Rangers

    http://www.fangraphs.com/blogs/summe...100-prospects/



    Leody Taveras 0.371/0.463/0.714/1.177, 13 H, 4 2B, 1 3 B, 2 HR, 10 R, 6 RBI, 2 SB, 0 CS

    Ronald Guzman very consistent. Lowest point: Jun 04: .288/.354/.418 only 9 days under .300 all year.

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    • #62
      Baseball's best high-upside hitting prospects of 2017

      10. Bubba Thompson, OF, Texas Rangers: Thompson quarterbacked McGill-Toolen Catholic High School to Alabama's 7A state championship game. He was a multisport commit to Alabama but was drafted 26th overall by Texas and chose baseball. He began making more authoritative contact as a senior and has shown flashes of power in pro ball, and he's likely to grow into more power as his lean, 6-foot-2 frame fills out. He's still getting comfortable against pro pitching but seems to track pitches well while showing some feel for opposite-field contact. He's a long-term project, but his plus-plus speed and improving power are very exciting.

      http://www.espn.com/mlb/insider/stor...prospects-2017

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      • #63
        I still like the upside of Reed's hitting. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk

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        • #64
          Originally posted by mingjungtc View Post
          Baseball's best high-upside hitting prospects of 2017

          10. Bubba Thompson, OF, Texas Rangers: Thompson quarterbacked McGill-Toolen Catholic High School to Alabama's 7A state championship game. He was a multisport commit to Alabama but was drafted 26th overall by Texas and chose baseball. He began making more authoritative contact as a senior and has shown flashes of power in pro ball, and he's likely to grow into more power as his lean, 6-foot-2 frame fills out. He's still getting comfortable against pro pitching but seems to track pitches well while showing some feel for opposite-field contact. He's a long-term project, but his plus-plus speed and improving power are very exciting.

          http://www.espn.com/mlb/insider/stor...prospects-2017
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          • #65
            reed made the right choice in baseball. can play a long time and people that hit like this get paid. he will hit for good average and drive a lot of doubles and hrs with authority

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            • #66


              The publication Baseball America included three Texas Rangers players on its season-ending classification All-Star teams.

              The players are:

              TRIPLE-A: DH Willie Calhoun, who made his major league debut with the Rangers on Tuesday. Calhoun ranked among the top eight in the Pacific Coast League for homers (31), RBIs (93), slugging percentage (.572) and OPS (.927). Calhoun, 22, opened the season in the Los Angeles Dodgers' organization and moved to the Rangers in the Yu Darvish trade.

              SHORT-SEASON A: LHP Cole Ragans, the 30th overall selection in the 2016 draft. Ragans, 19, led the Northwest League in strikeouts with 87 in 57 1/3 innings.

              ROOKIE: RHP Hans Crouse, the 66th overall pick in this year's draft. Crouse, 18, allowed only one run and seven hits in 20 innings in the Arizona League. He had 30 strikeouts.

              https://sportsday.dallasnews.com/tex...ted-star-teams
              Last edited by mingjungtc; 09-13-2017, 02:37 PM.

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              • #67
                Highly touted center fielder Leodys Taveras was among four Texas Rangers prospects chosen n the Dominican Republic winter league first-year player draft on Thursday.

                Aguilas Cibaenas selected Taveras with the fourth overall choice. Taveras, who turned 19 this month, hit .249 with eight homers, 50 RBIs and 20 steals in the Low-A South Atlantic League. He was the third-youngest player in the league.

                The players taken ahead of Taveras are all considered to be top-level prospects: middle infielder Fernando Tatis Jr. (San Diego), outfielder Jesus Sanchez (Tampa Bay) and third baseman Vlad Guerrero Jr. (Toronto).

                Taveras' teammate, shortstop Anderson Tejeda, went to Licey in the third round. Tejeda, 19, hit .247 with eight homers, 53 RBIs and a .721 OPS in the Low-A South Atlantic League. He also had 24 errors in 82 games at shortstop.

                Gigantes del Cibao selected infielder Andretty Cordero in the fourth round. Cordero, 20, played at two levels of the organization in his first year in the United States. He had 12 homers and 49 RBIs for a combined 75 games in the Low-A South Atlantic and Short-season A Northwest leagues.

                Toros del Este chose outfielder Franklin Rollin in the 15th round. Rollin, 22, played the majority of his season in the Low-A South Atlantic League. He hit .235 with five homers and 35 RBIs in 92 games.

                https://sportsday.dallasnews.com/tex...r-league-draft

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