In a system decimated by injuries at the highest level, Rangers fans will understandably turn their attention towards an advanced college pitcher from the 2013 draft for help — Alex Chi Chi Gonzalez. The rotation is without Derek Holland, Matt Harrison, Martin Perez and Alexi Ogando; none of these pitchers are expected to return anytime soon. But while the 6-foot-2 right-hander offers plenty of promise as soon as 2015, is a debut this season within the realm of possibility?
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