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Texas Rangers – 2017 Projected Lineup

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The Texas Rangers’ 2017 projected lineup looks impressive. With the club’s offense truly impressing last season, the Rangers will look to their bats for the same success. Moves made at the trade deadline in 2016 propelled the Texas offense to another level. With a starting rotation plagued by injury and uncertainty, it was the bats that led the Rangers to an American League best 95-67. While there are still some lineup changes that could be made and need to be made, here is what the Texas Rangers 2017 projected lineup looks like.

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Blake Cole
Blake Cole is The Inscriber's exclusive reporter to the Texas Rangers Double-A affiliate, the Frisco RoughRiders. He has been a sports writer for two years. His work has been featured on Bleacher Report, and other various websites. He has vastly covered all aspects of baseball, Major League and Minor League. Feel free to contact Blake any time to discuss any baseball topic you have in mind!

3 thoughts on “Texas Rangers – 2017 Projected Lineup”

    1. Pete,

      Thank you so much for reading this article! I definitely could see Profar at 2B. I just don’t think Banister would consider it. Who knows!

      I hope you get to check out my other work here at The Inscriber. Feel free to reach out to me any time, directly on Twitter @blakeacole

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