BREAKING”Justin Foscue Joins Texas Rangers Organization

**Justin Foscue Joins Texas Rangers Organization**

The Texas Rangers have added promising second baseman Justin Foscue to their roster, marking a significant development for the team’s future. Foscue, a first-round pick in the 2020 MLB Draft, joins the Rangers organization with high expectations.

Foscue, known for his strong offensive skills and defensive versatility, impressed scouts and fans alike during his college career at Mississippi State University. He is considered a top prospect in the Rangers’ farm system and is expected to make an impact at the Major League level in the coming years.

The addition of Foscue to the Rangers’ roster is part of the team’s ongoing efforts to build a competitive and dynamic lineup for the future. Fans can look forward to seeing Foscue’s talent and potential on display as he progresses through the Rangers’ farm system and works towards a spot on the Major League roster.

The Rangers are set to call up one of their top prospects to help fill the void of injured third baseman Josh Jung. Infielder Justin Foscue — ranked by MLB Pipeline as the club’s No. 5 prospect — will be promoted from Triple-A Round Rock ahead of Tuesday night’s game against the Rays, a source told The club has not confirmed the news.

The 25-year-old Foscue, a first-round pick in the 2020 Draft, rates as an above-average hitter and can play first, second and third base. The right-handed hitter spent all of last season with Round Rock, slashing .266/.394/.468 with 18 homers and more walks (85) than strikeouts (70) across 122 games.

Without Jung, whose right wrist was fractured when he was hit by a pitch in Monday night’s 9-3 win over the Rays, the Rangers will likely turn to Ezequiel Duran and Josh Smith at third in addition to Foscue. Both Duran and Smith filled in for Jung when he missed six weeks last season with a fractured thumb. Duran has been part of a first-base platoon with veteran infielder Jared Walsh early this season, and he is versatile enough to play all four infield positions.

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