Looks like Lenny Randle was at Spring Training when this picture was taken for card number 378 of the 1973 Topps set. That's almost as far as Len got in 1973. After fairly regular playing time the previous two seasons he spent most of the 1973 season at Triple A and only made a few appearances for Texas. All told Randle would play in 140 games for the Triple A Spokane Indians and only 10 for the Rangers.
In the 10 games Len played for Texas he went to the plate 30 times. He managed a .207 average at the plate with a .207 on base percentage. Not very impressive but he probably didn't have much time to adjust after getting back to the Majors. In the minors Len had posted a .283 batting average and a .373 on base percentage in 654 plate appearances.
In the field Len played five games at second base and four in the outfield. He must have also pinch-hit once. Len's fielding percentage at second was .964 and it was .500 in the outfield. Not hard to tell that he was an infielder by trade. Lenny's main problem was that he was being blocked by regular second baseman Dave Nelson. That situation looked unlikely to change anytime soon.