Diamondbacks at Rangers: 5 Players to Watch

By Thomas Lynch
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Jun 28, 2015; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Texas Rangers designated hitter Prince Fielder (84) hits a single against the Toronto Blue Jays in the seventh inning at Rogers Centre. Blue Jays beat Rangers 3 – 2. Mandatory Credit: Peter Llewellyn-USA TODAY Sports

1-Prince Fielder

The big DH/first baseman has come all the way back from a neck injury that torpedoed his 2014 season. He was named to his sixth All-Star Game on the strength of his .347 batting average and league-best 110 hits. On June 26th, Fielder launched his 300th career home run, a solo shot off Mark Buehrle. While the rest of the Rangers have struggled mightily since the calender turned to July, the son of Big Daddy has not with seven hits in 20 at-bats. He has hit 11 home runs with an .383 on-base percentage in 180 career plate appearances vs. Arizona.