Friday on the Farm: Those who picked Evan Carter aren’t boasting too much yet
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The minor-league seasons wrapped up for Rangers affiliates Sept. 27, when Triple A Round Rock was knocked out of the Pacific Coast League playoffs.
A shortened fall instructs ended two days later, but on Monday the Arizona Fall League started up with eight Rangers playing for the Surprise Saguaros. Meanwhile, the Rangers have 12 prospects, including first-round pick Wyatt Langford, working out at Globe Life Field to stay sharp in case the Rangers need an injury fill-in for the postseason.
Once the Fall League ends, a handful of players will be heading to play winter ball. Among those going are first baseman Blaine Crim, outfielder J.P. Martinez and right-hander Cole Winn.
Then, voila, it’s time for spring training.