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Scouting Rangers Prospect #49: Andrew Doyle

With an advanced repertoire that includes an excellent sinker, right-hander Andrew Doyle has an opportunity to fly through the system as a starting pitcher. Lone Star Dugout takes a look at the Rangers' 2009 fourth-round pick with a feature article and in-depth scouting report.

Vital Statistics: Name: Andrew Doyle Position: Starting Pitcher DOB: November 12, 1987 Height: 6'3" Weight: 200 Bats: Right Throws: Right Acquired: 2009 Amateur Draft, 4th round The Texas Rangers selected Andrew Doyle in the fourth-round of last summer's MLB Draft after he'd completed a solid three-year career at the University of Oklahoma. Doyle was the leader and Friday night starter on the... Recommended Stories

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