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Instructs an eye-opener for Ross

SURPRISE, AZ - Left-hander Robbie Ross, the Rangers' second round pick in the 2008 MLB Draft, recently finished up his first Fall Instructional League. Lone Star Dugout chatted with the young hurler about his experience.

Left-hander Robbie Ross, the Texas Rangers' second round pick in the 2008 MLB Draft, reported to the club's minor league complex in Arizona shortly after signing his first professional contract in mid-August. Because Ross signed so late in the season, the Rangers gave him a 2009 contract, meaning he was not eligible to play in any official games until the start of next season. Although Ross was... Recommended Stories

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