With Buster Posey out for the year, the Giants are still looking everywhere for catching.
The latest place they're looking: Texas, where the Rangers may be willing to move a catcher once Mike Napoli returns from the disabled list.
Yorvit Torrealba is the Rangers' starter behind the plate, and Napoli was his backup. With Napoli out, the Rangers have called up Taylor Teagarden, who has big-league experience and was hitting .326 with nine home runs in 24 games at Triple-A Round Rock. Teagarden is only a .216 hitter in 107 career games in the big leagues, but remember, there's very little catching available and the Giants need help.
With Posey out, the Giants have gone with an Eli Whiteside/Chris Stewart tandem behind the plate. In 19 games without Posey, Giants catchers have hit .180 with no home runs and just two RBI.
Napoli, who has a strained left oblique, went on the DL Sunday. The Rangers hope he'll be able to return in the minimum 15 days.
The Giants seem determined to find catching help somewhere. Besides the big leagues, they've sent scouts to watch any Triple-A team with a possible answer behind the plate.