Robinson was recalled from Triple-A Round Rock on Saturday. Robinson slashed .273/.380/.524 in 58 games with Triple-A Round Rock this season before being promoted. His stay could prove to be brief with Cole Hamels (oblique) expecting to come off the disabled list to start Monday's contest against the Indians.
Robinson was optioned to Triple-A Round Rock on Monday, T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com reports. With Adrian Beltre (calf) coming off the disabled list Monday, Robinson was sent back to Round Rock without making an appearance for the big club. Robinson will likely stick around Triple-A, where he owns a .264/.384/.405 triple slash this season, unless the Rangers get hit with some injuries.
Robinson was recalled from Triple-A Round Rock on Sunday. The Rangers had ample insurance on hand in the bullpen following the recent recall of Dillon Gee from the minors, so with Dario Alvarez (elbow) hitting the disabled list Sunday, the team decided to bring up Robinson, who will serve as a utility man off the bench. Robinson offers the ability to play the outfield and multiple infield spots, but with the Rangers relatively healthy at most positions, it's unlikely he'll garner regular at-bats during his time with the big club. In fact, Robinson could head back to Round Rock as soon as Monday if the Rangers clear Adrian Beltre (calf) to return from the DL.
Robinson was optioned to Triple-A Round Rock on Wednesday, MLB.com's TR Sullivan reports. Robinson was hitless in his two at-bats this season, both of which came on April 5 against the Indians. In Triple-A last season, he slashed .257/.350/.480. The 24-year-old most likely isn't anything more than organizational depth at this point in his career.
Robinson has earned a spot on the Rangers' Opening Day roster, TR Sullivan of MLB.com reports. Robinson slashed .250/.360/.484 with four home runs and 12 RBI across 64 at-bats this spring, earning himself a season-opening bench spot with the Rangers. The 24-year-old has never appeared in the majors but has shown solid power potential in the minors, launching 20 homers and posting a .480 slugging percentage at Triple-A Round Rock in 2016.
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