Dunning is listed as the Rangers' probable starting pitcher for Sunday's game in Baltimore.

While making his first start since Aug. 20 earlier this week against the Yankees, Dunning was limited to 2.2 innings and 57 pitches, with Kolby Allard working behind him as a primary pitcher. Dunning should have a looser restriction with his pitch count Sunday, but the Rangers could still elect to keep him in a tandem with Allard. If that arrangement holds, Allard would probably be more likely than Dunning to factor into any decision.

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