Texas Rangers Call Up Outfielder Slashing Absurd 312/.427/.565 In Minors

The Texas Rangers are gearing up to introduce outfielder J.P. Martínez to their major league roster, an exciting move that follows his exceptional performance in Triple-A this season.

Leaving Cuba in 2017 and signing with the Rangers in 2018, Martínez has revitalized his prospect status with impressive statistics: 12 home runs, a remarkable .312/.427/.565 batting line, and 33 stolen bases across 67 games.

As part of this promotion, the Rangers will make a corresponding roster adjustment due to constraints.

The addition of Martínez, coupled with an existing outfield lineup including Adolis García, Leody Taveras, Travis Jankowski, and Robbie Grossman, enhances the team's versatility and depth.

Should Martínez carry his minor league success into the majors, it could offer a timely offensive boost as the Rangers strive to maintain their lead in the competitive American League West division.

For his minor-league career, the 27-year-old holds a .259/.363/.442 triple-slash line, with 56 home runs, 216 RBIs, 140 stolen bases, and 296 runs scored across 450 games played.

Martínez's journey from his Cuban origins, through his signing with the Rangers, to his imminent major league debut is a testament to his development and potential impact on the team's performance. Photo Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports