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Having already seen some time in the majors throughout his young career, Wilmer Font will likely be a September call-up.
2013 Stats in Minors: 36 games, 44 IP, 1.02 ERA, .129 BAA, 62 K, 31 BB
Last 10 Games: 12.2 IP, 0.00 ERA, 17 K, 8 BB
If there is one player on this list who I would pick as a lock to join the Rangers this season, it would be relief pitcher Wilmer Font. Should Font join the Rangers this season, it would actually be his second stint with the team this year after time with both Double-A Frisco and Triple-A Round Rock.
After his stellar performances in the minors this season, Font was called up by the Rangers in June. He made just two appearances for Texas during his brief time with them, but didn't allow a run. He gave up one hit and walked two batters over just 1.1 innings pitched.
The 23-year-old pitcher has dominated all season long, and his last 10 games are no exception. Texas would love to add another guy like Font to their bullpen if he can maintain his success in the minors at the major league level.
Font hasn't had much time in the majors to give us an adequate look at what he can do at the highest level. While his experience in the majors is minimal, the small sample that we do have looks pretty good. He has made only five appearances in the majors thus far, posting a 5.40 ERA with one strikeout and six walks.
He has been too solid in the minors this season to not get called up. Font should find himself in the majors by September at the latest, but should Texas need an arm in the bullpen before then, Font will likely get the call.