Officers, Rob Refsnyder Agree To Minor League Deal


The Rangers have consented to a small time contract with infielder/outfielder Rob Refsnyder, Chris Cotillo of reports (by means of Twitter). He’s spoken to by PSI Sports Management.

Refsnyder, 29 in March, split the 2019 season between the Reds and D-backs association yet didn’t show up in a major alliance game. That denoted the first run through in quite a while that the adaptable utilityman hadn’t showed up at the MLB level. Regardless of the absence of a major class call-up, Refsnyder was gainful in the minors, batting a joined .312/.374/.492 with 10 homer, 22 duplicates and a couple of triples crosswise over 88 games and 348 plate appearances.

At a certain point, Yankees fans had trust that Refsnyder could be a long haul piece at a respectable halfway point. Those days have since a long time ago passed, yet Refsnyder has settled in as a here and there seat piece and an AL East veteran, logging major group time with both the Blue Jays and Rays notwithstanding his time with the Yankees. He’s a lifetime .218/.308/.302 hitter in 423 plate appearances as a Major Leaguer and has showed up at a respectable halfway point, a respectable starting point, third base, left field and right field in the Majors.

The right-gave hitting Refsnyder claims a vocation .296/.372/.436 line in parts of six Triple-A battles, making him a pleasant profundity piece for Texas to have close by. In the event that the Rangers can hit gold with Refsnyder in a similar way they did with Danny Santana in 2019, he’d in fact be controllable through the 2023 season.

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