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 MassLive.com 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.