SURPRISE, Ariz. — Who benefits the most from the Rangers’ blockbuster moves this free agency cycle?
It could be Chris Woodward, who can finally manage a club that’s not rebuilding. Or Chris Young, who in his second year as general manager has committed to turning Arlington into a destination free agents want to come to. Or even Jon Daniels, who has overseen the club through multiple rebuilds now.
But on the field, the answer is seemingly clear. Outfielder Adolis García can thrive in a lineup surrounded by heavy hitters like Corey Seager, Marcus Semien and Mitch Garver both on and off the field. So much so that he can hopefully match or even top his stunning rookie season.
Woodward noted that he put García and Semien in the same hitting group “for a reason.”
“I’m excited to be able to to be in the same group of those guys,” García said through interpreter Raul Cardenas. “So I just watch and learn and try to learn things that they know, routines they do, and to…