Wyatt Langford Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 1" / 225 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/15/2001 (22)
Wyatt Langford Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Wyatt Langford News
Texas Rangers outfield prospect Wyatt Langford was among 10 players invited to major-league spring training on Wednesday. The nine others were first baseman Blaine Crim, right-hander Daniel Robert, catcher Liam Hicks, right-hander Emiliano Teodo, infielder Davis Wendzel, right-hander Jack Leiter, left-hander Grant Wolfram, first baseman Abimelec Ortiz and outfielder Aaron Zavala. Langford is the team's No. 2 prospect, per MLB Pipeline, while Leiter (No. 5), Zavala (11), Ortiz (14) and Teodo (22) were among the team's top-25 prospects. Langford, last year's fourth overall pick out of Florida, made his way quickly to Triple-A by the end of 2023 by hitting 11 home runs in 44 total games. The 22-year-old has a real shot to contribute at the major-league level in 2024, making him one of the top prospects in the game (MLB.com has him at No. 13).
Texas Rangers outfielder Wyatt Langford, who was the fourth overall pick in the 2023 MLB draft, will have a shot to make the Opening Day roster, according to manager Bruce Bochy. The 22-year-old put up an absurd .360/.480/.677 batting line to go along with 10 home runs, 30 RBI, and 12 stolen bases in 44 games across four levels of the Rangers' minor-league system. If he continues to rake in spring training, there is a real possibility he finds himself on the Opening Day roster for the defending World Series champions. He is a surefire first-round pick in dynasty leagues and will garner interest in re-draft leagues due to his prospect pedigree and team context. He has a bright future.
The Texas Rangers have promoted outfield prospect Wyatt Langford to Triple-A Round Rock after just 12 games with Double-A Frisco. The 2023 fourth-overall pick has performed incredibly in his first pro season, slashing .359/.471/.697 with 10 home runs, 29 RBI, and nine stolen bases through 39 games across Complex League, High-A, and Double-A baseball. In his 12-game stint with Frisco, Langford carried a mind-boggling .405/.519/.762. While it may be a move to give him more plate appearances after the end of the Double-A season, the 21-year-old is close to the majors and should be one of the first names taken off the board in dynasty First-Year Player Drafts.
Texas Rangers outfielder Wyatt Langford was the fourth pick in the 2023 MLB draft. That, however, may not stop him from starting the 2024 season off in the majors. After being drafted last season, Langford ran through the minor leagues, ending up in Triple-A. Now, the 22-year-old is invited to Spring Training for the defending World Series champions. ATC has a projection of a .267/.347/.471 slash line over 415 plate appearances in 2024 for the former Florida Gator. RotoBaller's Benjamin Chase has Langford ranked as the second prospect in his latest dynasty rankings. In redraft leagues, he ranks as the third-best prospect on RotoBaller. If he can break camp on the major league roster, Langford could be battling teammate Evan Carter, among others, for Rookie of the Year honors. If you have the luxury of waiting to see how his spring turns out, use that time to see where he'll start the season. However, if you have a draft before spring lets out, he would be worth the risk around the 223.7 ADP he currently has.