Many of the Texas Rangers’ Top 10 Prospects continue to shine with their respective minor league affiliations now that the season has hit May.
The players’ season stat-lines can be deceiving as many have improved their numbers since the last time we looked at their stock reports. Pitching prospects come at a minimum for the Rangers but they continue to give the strongest performances this season.
As mentioned in the last report, the prospects that follow are from my pre-spring rankings. Their stock reports over the upcoming months will affect new rankings that will be presented after the conclusion of the Triple-A All-Star Game.
Michael Choice will be substituted with the No. 11 prospect because of his involvement with the Rangers.
Their stats from the previous week (April 29-May 5) will accompany their season stats and whether their stock has risen, fallen or remained the same. Their stock is determined by each player’s performance throughout the season.
All stats courtesy of MiLB.com and Baseball-Reference.com
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