With guys like Joey Gallo and Nomar Mazara now on the Rangers' 40-man roster, there might not be a bigger prospect in the Rangers' minor league system who isn't on the big-boy roster than outfielder Lewis Brinson.
The center fielder had a breakout year in 2015, splitting time between High-A, Double-A and Triple-A, and could be the Rangers' center fielder of the future if Delino DeShields doesn't work or could be a key piece in a big trade at some point.
Brinson will have a chance to show his stuff on a big-league stage (well, sort of) when he takes part in the Rangers' big-league camp this spring in Surprise, Arizona, as he highlighted a list of eight Rangers prospects who earned non-roster invites to big-league spring training.
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Brinson highlights the group that also includes Ryan Cordell, Drew Robinson, Kellin Deglan, Brett Nicholas, Myles Jaye, Scott Williams and Francisco Mendoza.