There aren't many reasons at this point to say the Rangers are a lock to make the playoffs, but if they do, what could their pitching rotation look like? Texas certainly has all the talent they need to make the playoffs, but after a successful month of August where they went 20-7, the Rangers have gone just 2-7 in September.
The struggling ball club has an overall record of 81-64 and sit two games out of first place in its division. With a tight race for the Wild Card, Texas has little time to turn it around if it hopes to close out the season as division champions, or make the playoffs in general.
While it isn't guaranteed that they'll find themselves in the playoffs at the end of September, here is a look at what the Rangers' rotation could look like should they make the postseason.
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