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The Texas Rangers were once again beaten out by the Oakland Athletics for the AL West crown, only this time they weren't even able to make the playoffs as a wild card team.
Part of the problem for Texas was the 50-game suspension of outfielder Nelson Cruz for use of performance-enhancing drugs. The team really missed his bat in the lineup.
Going into 2014, the club made a major change and gamble, trading second baseman Ian Kinsler for Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder. The Rangers are banking on a change of scenery helping Fielder bounce back from a disappointing 2013 season.
The Rangers didn't stop there, opening up the bank once more and signing outfielder Shin-Soo Choo to a huge contract. Texas definitely overpaid for Choo, but he will provide them with a player who gets on base constantly and plays solid defense.
The starting rotation is a bit suspect. Ace Yu Darvish is one of the best pitchers in the AL, but the rest of the rotation has a lot of question marks and even health concerns.
The Rangers should be in the mix for the AL West crown, but they will need their offense to carry them. The A's have the better and deeper starting rotation, which will likely to be too much to overcome.
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