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Sizing up the right-handed starters (part 1)

Melo hit the mid-90s this summer

Which prospects have the highest upside? Which ones are ready to make a Major League impact soon? Who needs to make their mark quickly? Lone Star Dugout takes a look at some of the right-handed starting pitching prospects in the Texas Rangers' system in part one of this three-part series.

Need to Make Their Move Tae Kyung Ahn: The Korean prospect has been one of the system's biggest mysteries since he signed for a sizable bonus near the conclusion of the 2008 season. Shortly after signing, Ahn reported to Fall Instructional League, where he had more than his share of struggles with both velocity and control. During the '09 campaign, Ahn battled more control problems–plus a minor... Recommended Stories

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