The Texas Rangers drafted Mike Olt in the first round of the MLB Amateur Draft out of the University of Connecticut in 2010. Two years later he's set to make is Major League Baseball debut against the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday night at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
Olt was called up from Double-A Frisco after hitting .288 with 28 home runs and 82 RBI's in 95 games.
According to Anthony Andro of Fox Sports Southwest, skipper Ron Washington already knows how he'll play Olt to get the most out of him:
Rangers manager Ron Washington said plan is for Olt to start vs. LHP, mainly at 1B and DH.— Anthony Andro (@aandro) August 2, 2012
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