They may not have been able to beat the Giants in the World Series, but the Rangers organization is showing it can act as a class organization. From "Rangers draft paralyzed outfielder Johnathan Taylor" at HardballTalk (via @dodgerthoughts):
The Rangers used their 33rd-round pick Wednesday to draft University of Georgia outfielder Jonathan Taylor, who was paralyzed after an outfield collision in March and is considered unlikely to walk again.
Taylor fractured two vertebrae in his spine in a collision with teammate Zach Cone three months ago. Cone was the Rangers’ second-round pick, and it looks like the team decided it’d be a nice gesture to select Taylor afterwards.
UPDATE: The Astros are not to be outdone: Rangers, Astros draft paralyzed players on Day 3 (SI.com)