Next All-Star.

Jesse Sanchez of took out his crystal ball and named the one future All-Star for every team in the A.L. West. 

Either he needs to take his crystal ball into the shop or the Rangers are in some trouble.

Because for every other team, he lists a prospect that is being heavily touted. Not for the Rangers.

Los Angeles’s next can’t miss All-Star, according to Sanchez, is Jo Adell, the young outfielder who is in the top top of pretty much everyone’s list of best prospects in baseball.  Adell can hit, hit for power, and has speed. The Angels already have Mike Trout. With Trout and Adell, they will have an incredible outfield for years to come.

Houston’s next All-Star is Kyle Tucker, also an outfielder, who has been trying to crack that formidable Astros lineup for the last couple years. All three Astros outfielders, Springer, Brantley, and Reddick, are in their final years of their respective contracts, so Tucker might have to wait until next year to be a fixture.

Oakland’s next All-Star is Sean Murphy, a catcher who can hit and dominate behind the plate. The Athletics really like this kid and are turning over the every day job to him. Every team covets a young catcher who shows skills on both sides of the plate. Murphy is that kid.

Seattle next soon-to-be All-Star, according to Sanchez, is Kyle Lewis. He came up late last year, hit a home run off Trevor Bauer, became the first player ever to hit six home runs in his first ten games, and is making the leap from Double-A to the big leagues this year.

For Texas? Who is Jesse Sanchez’s next All-Star? Is it an up-and-coming can’t miss prospect? No. The Rangers really don’t have one of those. 

His next soon-to-be-All-Star is Rougned Odor.

That is all that needs to be said.