T2S: Part 2

T2S: Part 2

My handful of loyal visitors, thank you. Let’s capitalize on the positive momentum here.

As is the case with all things great, there is a sequel. Come on did you all really think I was going to leave you hanging there.

So let’s get focused here. The prior article laid out the following observations I made:

  • The Rangers are a really good team but have a glaring hole at the catching position
  • An already iffy situation became worse, with Robinson Chirinos now out long-term
  • There are common traits amongst championship winners, catching is one
  • Lack of organizational depth at the catcher position

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Texas Two-Step (T2S)

Texas Two-Step (T2S)

You could make an argument that there is no team more complete, from top to bottom, than the Texas Rangers.  Boasting a deep and versatile lineup, the Rangers match-up well at the plate against left-handers and right-handers alike.  How’d you like to face a potential staff of Hamels, Darvish and Holland in a playoff series?  Throw in a deep farm system with pro-ready talent and its easy to see why the Rangers are a popular pick to win the World Series. Continue reading “Texas Two-Step (T2S)”