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Analyzing the Rangers' Minors Moves (1 of 2)
Each offseason, teams set out to fill their upper minors rosters and bolster big league depth by acquiring players in a variety of ways. The most common method is through the minor league free agency market. As of December 24, the Texas Rangers have inked 17 players to minor league contracts. The vast majority will open the season at either the Double- or Triple-A level, and many have received an invitation to major league spring training. Although the Rangers saw only two minor league free agents reach the big league club last season (INFs Alberto Gonzalez and Luis Hernandez), seven made appearances in 2011. These players will fill the bulk of the roster at Triple-A Round Rock, with a couple likely to be placed with Double-A Frisco. Part one of this two-part story will profile the players joining the Rangers' organization via minor league free agency. The second part, which will be linked here when posted, will look at the players who have come in via other methods––including major...
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