Mitch Moreland and Mike Napoli are both fan favorites with lots of big moments in Rangers uniforms, but only one will be back in 2016.
Left field was the biggest hole the Rangers had this year, but it seems somewhat solidified for the future.
Mike Napoli was a largely failed experiment in left field last year from a defensive standpoint. But the Rangers might have found something, it seems.
Mitch Moreland had a career year, and Mike Napoli joined the fun late in the year.
Mitch Moreland was very well the Rangers' MVP in 2015, no matter what people might vote (Prince Fielder), and now could be the time to deal him.
Adrian Beltre and Mike Napoli are Gold Glove finalists, but Mitch Moreland isn't?
The Rangers got a boost against lefties when Mike Napoli was acquired in August, but that will once again be an issue in 2016.
Mike Napoli's left field experiment has helped the offense and hurt the defense on several occasions, but on Tuesday we saw another problem with it.
Jeff Banister's team is 5-1 with Mike Napoli in left field, but the play out there has been atrocious. Even still, Banister keeps defending the decision.
The Rangers avenged a recent loss to Vidal Nuno over the weekend, and now they'll look to do the same against another unheralded lefty pitcher.
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