Dillon Gee

#36RP,
W
8
L
9
ERA
4.68
K
89
BB
37
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 205
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: Texas-Arlington
Birth Place: Cleburne, Texas
Draft: 2007 21st round by the
  • Short Rotation, Large Gains
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    Short Rotation, Large Gains

    With less than a week to go until the regular season kicks off, the Rangers contemplate the use of a 4-man rotation as opposed to the traditional 5-man. Each can offer certain advantages but I lean to plead with a 4-man rotation and hope the Rangers don’t plead the 5th in days to come. The 4-man rotation protects the integrity of the roster and gives the Rangers the best amount of options for available bench and bullpen assignments. The Injury Bug Luckily, the off-season and the spring has been very mild on the injury front with little impact to the roster as a whole. However, of the about 10 likely rotation options, three are impacted by injury. Andrew Cashner, who was diagnosed with bicep tendinitis

  • Rangers release veteran James Loney, further trim roster 
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    Rangers release veteran James Loney, further trim roster 

    The Rangers roster is mostly in focus, but there is a bench spot and a long relief spot available, at least for the start of the season. Drew Robinson could end up with the bench spot, but his shortcomings as an option at short may have the Rangers at least surveying possible waiver claims and releases. The same thing holds true in the bullpen. The Rangers will likely go with a four-man rotation and eight-man bullpen for the first two weeks of the season. Nick Martinez, Dillon Gee, Tanner Scheppers and lefty Dario Alvarez would all seem to be the potential options to pair with Mike Hauschild as a second long man. The Rangers have indicated, however, that they would like Martinez to pitch regularly