Wilson is out of the lineup Sunday against the Mariners. The Rangers activated Robinson Chirinos (forearm) from the DL on Friday following a lengthy absence, so at the very least, it seems likely that Wilson will have to split the at-bats behind the dish moving forward. Given that Chirinos has historically shown more offensive capabilities, it may not take long for him to assume a larger portion of the timeshare at the position, putting Wilson's fantasy value on the downswing.
Wilson is out of the lineup Saturday against the Mariners. Wilson is hitless in his last two starts, and will make way for Bryan Holaday behind the dish Saturday.
Wilson remains out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against Cleveland. Tuesday marks Wilson's third straight absence from the lineup as Bryan Holaday continues to start behind the dish. However, Wilson has been far more productive than his counterpart at the plate thus far this season, batting .318/.352/.424 compared to Holaday's .239/.293/.403 slash line. There is no report of an injury for Wilson at this time, so his extended absence from the lineup could be dictated by manager Jeff Banister's preference for Holaday's defense behind the plate.
Wilson is out of the lineup Sunday against the Pirates. Wilson has cemented himself as the Rangers' top catcher since Robinson Chirinos (forearm) hit the DL, and went 10-for-19 with three RBI over his last five games. He'll just be getting a regular day off for Sunday's matinee, allowing Bryan Holaday to make a start behind the dish.
Wilson will bat eighth in Monday's lineup against Oakland, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star Telegram reports. Wilson was given Sunday off to rest, but he'll take back over at catcher for Bryan Holaday. He has never faced Oakland's starter Sean Manaea in the majors previously, but he's batting .500 after four at-bats against left-handers this season.