Also featured on Rotoprofessor.com! The Texas Rangers had their best season since 2004 and itÆs no shock that Ian Kinsler was a key component to their success. It seems for about a decade the Rangers have possessed one of the leagueÆs most lethal offenses, yet itÆs their pitching that always lagged behind.
This year was a bit of an anomaly for the Rangers, as they scored 784 runs, the first time scoring that "few" in over a decade. They finished the season 12 games over .500, so their success is certainly a testament to better pitching.
Regardless, the Rangers had some unexpected hitting leaders this season. Michael Young led in average, Nelson Cruz in home runs and Marlon Byrd in RBI. Still, the season Ian Kinsler had canÆt be disregarded and is all the more remarkable conside ...
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