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Three Texas Rangers Non-Roster Invitees You Should Keep An Eye On

With spring training approaching fast, the Texas Rangers have amassed quite the lineup of players to watch out for after winning their first World Series. Everyone knows the stars of this championship team like Adolis García, Evan Carter, and Corey Seager just to name a few, but the system has even more growing stars who have found themselves as Non-Roster Invitees for the big league camp consisting of 27 players.

Here are my top three guys to keep an eye on as they look to find their names on a locker in Arlington this coming season.

Wyatt Langford

Wyatt Langford up to hit for the Frisco Roughriders

Langford was the Rangers first-round pick this last MLB draft and he has rocked the minor leagues and looks to join Evan Carter in the battle of Rookie of The Year for the Rangers. He has serious fielding skills and hit .360 in his 44 games in the Minor Leagues this past summer. Langford can add another powerful weapon to the organization's lineup of young outfielders.

Jack Leiter

Jack Leiter pitching in the 2023 All-Star Futures Game

Leiter has been waiting at the front of the line of prospects since he was drafted second overall in the 2021 draft. Spending all but one game in Frisco throughout the last two years, Jack has worked with many coaches throughout the organization to get his off-speed pitches to find their mark. He ended this last year with a 5.37 ERA in 177.2 innings pitched. While those past stats may not impress much, watch his spring training stats this season and the hard work from the off-season will be shown off.

Grant Wolfram

Grant Wolfram pitching for the Frisco Roughriders

Wolfram has been with the Rangers organization since 2018 and has proved himself as a consistent arm throughout his Minor League career. Wolfram was 10-0 through 29 games with Frisco this last summer with an outstanding ERA of 2.02. If he can transfer these numbers over to the big league camp, Wolfram could be looking at a starting spot for the Rangers in a rotation that is known for being shaky.

Texas Rangers Needs

The Rangers proved they had the players last year to not just make the playoffs, but dominate them early. However, everyone who pays attention to Texas baseball knows the bullpen was shaky even with the pickups of Jacob Degrom and Max Scherzer who both dealt with season-crushing injuries. If the Rangers roster finds one or two more strong arms in the starting position and another two in the mid-game, this is a team that could ride the top of the standings for years to come.


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