Latest Update Big night for Choice as Rangers win Sat Aug, 30, 01:35 AM
Has excellent power to all fields. Is a good run producer who can also run the bases well. Plays smooth outfield defense, with enough range to cover the ground in center field.
Flaws: : Has trouble laying off tough breaking pitches. Therefore, he is prone to striking out a bit too much. Doesn't have a great arm in the outfield. Also doesn't steal a lot of bases.
Choice had been hitless since his recall from Triple-A; Tuesday.Analyst: Steve Pimental
Choice offers some power, having stroked eight home runs in just under 200 AB earlier this season, but he did not demonstrate much else at the plate, hitting only .177. He did hit for a decent average in the minors, so the hope is by giving him a chance to play he can get used to facing MLB pitching.Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson
With a .177/.247/.318 slash line, eight home runs, 28 RBI, 16 runs scored, and one steal in 198 at-bats, it's time to say goodbye to Choice who basically blew his opportunity here. With the injuries to Prince Fielder and Mitch Morleand, Choice could have been the regular DH or possible first baseman but just couldn't find any consistency at the plate. He'll try to get back on-track in Triple-A but who knows how long it would take him to make it back.Analyst: Howard Bender
Choice was ejected for arguing balls and strikes with the ball game tied at two runs apiece after the the top half of the 10th inning. He finished the game going 0-for-3 with a walk and two strikeouts. He was replaced in right field by Dan Robertson.Analyst: Michael Pichan