Texas Rangers 2014 Draft Picks: Scouting Profiles and Analysis

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Texas Rangers 2014 Draft Picks: Scouting Profiles and Analysis
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The Texas Rangers fell short of the playoffs in 2013 and said goodbye to some of their top minor league talent in the process.

Acquiring Matt Garza from the Chicago Cubs came at a hefty price, as general manager Jon Daniels sent off four prospects in the deal. The club will be looking to restock its farm system in the 2014 MLB first-year player draft—a system that was once one of the best in the majors.

Texas forfeited its first-round pick after signing Shin-Soo Choo. However, the Rangers received the No. 30 overall pick after Nelson Cruz signed with the Baltimore Orioles. The team will also have the No. 59 overall pick on Day 1 of the draft.

You can keep track of the Rangers and their draft picks here. This slideshow will be updated periodically during the draft after the club's selections.

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