There isn't going to be any massive rebuilding or youth movement in Arlington this offseason. The Rangers aren't about to tear this apart and start over after just one losing season. This is going to be business as usual for the Rangers this winter. Once they have taken care of the usual after-season housework, the Rangers will go to work in trying to put together a contending team for 2018. "I believe our front office will get a group together that will allow us to win a lot of games next year," shortstop Elvis Andrus said. "They know what to do. This is not their first offseason. I believe in them." Rebuilding? Youth movement? First of all, the youth movement is already here with the starting lineup. Right now the Rangers Opening Day lineup projects to have five players under 30: Andrus, Rougned Odor, Joey Gallo, Delino DeShields and Nomar Mazara. There could be a sixth with Drew Robinson, Ryan Rua or Willie Calhoun in left field.
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MLB.com | Oct 3