Lose made his first start at Triple-A Round Rock on Tuesday. Lohse is expected to provide a veteran swing-man option with Texas once he gets some innings under his belt in the minors, but he'll have to bide time waiting for injury before getting any sort of look in the rotation.
Lohse will report to Triple-A Round Rock on Sunday and will be activated shortly thereafter, Rangers VP of Communications John Blake reports. Lohse was inked to a minor league deal Friday after throwing in a showcase earlier in May. He's set to join the Rangers' Triple-A affiliate Sunday and will likely be inserted into the rotation during the week.
Lohse agreed to a minor-league contract with the Rangers on Friday, Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports. Lohse threw for teams last week in California, and ultimately ended up joining the Rangers after spending the last three seasons with the Brewers. On a minor-league contract Lohse will not immediately join the big club, but he figures to be an option for the Rangers once he has a few outings under his belt.
Brewers pitcher Kyle Lohse picked up his first-career save in Friday's 10-3 win over the Nationals. Lohse pitched three innings, allowing two walks and a Michael Taylor solo home run along the way. Lohse was moved to the bullpen earlier this month after struggling for much of the season.
With the Brewers unable to find a taker for pitcher Kyle Lohse, the team will continue to use Lohse as a multi-inning reliever, reports MLB.com. "For most guys, if you pitch two innings, you won't pitch the next day," manager Craig Counsell said. "And with Kyle at first, I think we'll have to go a little slowly, and then hopefully he gets into a routine and we can use him a little more." Lohse was recently placed on waivers, but no team was willing to claim him. Lohse has a 6.21 ERA over 126 innings this season.
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