It was once thought that Jurickson Profar could be a top bargaining chip for the Rangers this year by the time the trade deadline rolled around. While anything can happen and Profar could still be dealt, his name seems to have died down in trade talks as of late.
Texas still has some needs that could be met at the deadline. The team entered the All-Star break with four of its five preferred starters on the disabled list and has struggled in the designated hitter spot.
What the Rangers are looking to do as the deadline approaches remains unknown, but a move of some sort appears inevitable. With teams' prospects tending to play a big role in trades during the deadline, who are some of the Rangers' top prospects who could serve as good bargaining chips for them this year?
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