Rangers haven't lost faith in Taveras, but they want to see him hit for power

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Rangers haven't lost faith in Taveras, but they want to see him hit for power
Rangers haven't lost faith in Taveras, but they want to see him hit for power

The international signing class of 2015 has a chance to be one of the best on record. Atlanta Braves outfielder Ronald Acuna Jr. and Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto have established themselves as MLB stars. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. debuted this season as baseball's top prospect and appears to be headed to fame and fortune, though he has a long way to go to catch his father. These players just turning 21 or 22. They would be juniors and seniors in college had that route been available to them. They're still young, in other words. That goes for the best Texas Rangers prospect from that class, and he is the No. 6 prospect in the Star-Telegram's ranking of the top 10 Rangers prospects. No.

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