Last Thursday, when Rangers outfielder Chad Curtis went on the disabled list with a strained right hamstring, the player called up was familiar to Texas fans: Ruben Sierra (right). The 35-year-old Sierra played for the Rangers from 1986 to '92, when he was the epitome of a five-tool player. In 1989, his best season, he hit .306 and led the American League with 119 RBIs, 14 triples, 344 total bases and a .543 slugging percentage while adding 13 outfield assists. Though his best days are behind him, he ranks among the Rangers' top five in career hits, home runs, runs batted in, doubles, triples and total bases and is one of only four active players (below) with 200 home runs, 1,000 RBIs, 50 triples and 100 steals.
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