The Texas Rangers are putting their agency behind and starting to focus on traveling to Surprise, Arizona for another dose of spring training in the Cactus League.
Rangers are coming off a 68-win season in 2022 and believe they’ve done enough off-hand to be a contender for a post-season berth. Spring training is the first step to finding out.
Below is our coverage leading up to spring training, including previews of each player on the 40-man roster, non-roster invitees, prospects to watch and more. And if you missed our off-season coverage, you’ll find links to it too. Or you can click on our Rangers Offseason Central.
Follow Inside the Rangers this off-season for the latest on everything happening in Surprise.
Spring training 2023
Find all the news related to Spring Training in Surprise below.
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Rangers 40-man squad preview
Need to catch up on each of the players in the Texas Rangers’ 40-man roster heading into spring training? Click on the player below to find out how he might fit into this season’s team.
Joe Barlow | John King | Dane reminder | Brett Martin | Jake Odorizzi | Yerry Rodriguez | Owen White | Cole Ragans | Andrew Heney | Glen Otto | Josh Sborz | Ricky Vanasco | Cole Winn | Nathan Eovaldi |
If Rangers sign a new player, complete a trade, or make a transaction leading up to (or even after) Spring Training, we’ll make a note of it here.
Rangers reach a deal Tiger relief
sign rangers Joe McCarthy to the minor league deal
ranger among off-season winners (New York Post)
who will ranger“Best player 2023?
ranger Having two World Baseball Classic participants
ranger Sign the Pirates infielder for a minor league deal
MLB.com lists the top 10 short stops for 2023
ranger Make four minor league signings
MLB.com lists the top 10 first basemen for 2023
Martin Perez: ranger have “no more excuses”
Rangers Top 30 Prospect Wraps
Here are the Rangers’ 30 best prospects, according to MLB.com. These wraps were part of our post-season coverage and will be updated as needed during spring training:
No. 30: Josch Stephan | No. 29: Mason Englert | No. 28: Mark Church | No. 27: Danyer Cueva | No. 26: Alejandro Osuna | No. 25: Zak Kent | No. 24: Dane field | No. 23: Avery Weems | No. 22: Emiliano Teodo | No. 21: Jonathan Ornelas | No. 20: Glider Figuereo | No. 19: Thomas Saggese | No. 18: Maximo Acosta | No. 17: Mitch Brat | No. 16: Ricky Vanasco | No. 15: Yeison Morrobel | No. 14: Tekoah Roby | No. 13: Antoine Kelly | #12: Anthony Gutierrez | #11: Aaron Zavala | #10 Cole Winn | No. 9: DustinHarris | #8: Kumar Rockers | #7: Luis Angel Acuna | #6: Brock Porter | #5: Justin Foscue | Number 4: Owen White | #3: Eve Carter | No. 2: jack ladder | #1: Josh Jung
Rangers minor league news
This section is for Texas Rangers minor league players who are in the news before and during spring training:
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ranger 2022 Organizational All-Stars
ranger most anticipated debut 2023
ranger Name the staff of Minor League Affiliates
ranger Top 100 Baseball America Prospects
2023 Regular Season (and beyond)
Find all the news related to the 2023 regular season below.
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Completely 2023 Texas Rangers Time schedule
Rangers will be hosts 2024 All Star Game
More pitching for ranger in the 2023 MLB Mock Draft
ranger Receive early national broadcasts
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