The Texas Rangers 2021 Instructional League Roster was released a few days ago. Their roster features 37 pitchers, 10 catchers, 13 infielders and 9 outfielders. That is a total of 69 players attending the Fall Instructional League.
Of the 37 pitchers listed on the Rangers Instructional League Roster, only 6 are southpaws.
There are a ton of interesting names on this roster including Ricky Vanasco who isg from Tommy John surgery. He is definitely one to keep an eye on.
Bayron Lora was listed in the top 20 prospects for the Texas Rangers just a season ago. He didn’t have a great season considering his powers numbers in the Dominican league as he only hit 6 home runs but he did manage to have a .415 on-base percentage.
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The Rangers Player Development on Twitter posted a 17-game schedule taking place from September 30th to October 22nd.
The AZ Rangers Instructs first game is happening tonight, September 30th.
The Rangers 2021 Instructional League will play their last four games in Texas against NCAA Division I College teams.
The schedule is as follows:
Monday, October 25 against Texas Tech at Rip Griffin Park, Lubbock TX 3:00 PM.
Tuesday, October 26 against Dallas Baptist at Horner Ballpark, Dallas TX 5:00 PM.
Thursday, October 28 against Baylor at Baylor Ballpark, Waco TX 6:30 PM.
Friday, October 29 against TCU at Lupton Stadium, Fort Worth TX at 6:00 PM.
We’ll do our best to update on any games or stats but the information is very limited as there are no box scores at the moment.
Mitch Bratt got the start for game one.
Bradford Webb started game two.
Right-hander Tim Brennan got the start for game three on Saturday October 2nd.
Brock Burke started game 4. Keithron Moss hit a bomb in the game but we have no box score.
No lineup was posted for game 5.
October 6th, Ricky Vanasco was back on the mound and had a 1-2-3 inning. Get ready to see more of that.
Friday October 8th line-up
This group of players minus Owen White, Tim Brennan and Eurdys Manon will be taking on the Texas Tech Raiders today October 25, 2021 at Rip Griffin Park in Lubbock.