Trevino (quadriceps) is 7-for-21 with a double and a home run for Triple-A Nashville since being activated off the 7-day injured list last week. Trevino landed on the IL in mid-May with a quad issue and had an 11-game rehab assignment with the AZL Rangers before returning to Triple-A. The 26-year-old has a .256/.300/.372 slash line in 33 games for the Sounds this season.
Triple-A Nashville placed Trevino on its 7-day injured list over the weekend with a strained quadriceps, Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News reports. The severity of Trevino's quad injury isn't fully known, but he'll be idle for at least the next week while he recovers. Trevino is hitting .240 with one home run and 13 RBI over 107 plate appearances at Nashville this season.
Trevino was optioned to Triple-A Nashville on Tuesday. Trevino got into his first three major-league games last year but spent the bulk of the campaign with Double-A Frisco. He earns a promotion despite hitting .234/.284/.332 in 46 games at that level.
Trevino (shoulder) is listed among the Rangers' reserve options for Thursday's Cactus League game against the Padres, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. Adam Moore is slated to swap in for starting catcher Jett Bandy midway through the contest, but Trevino will be on hand as a third option if needed. Trevino's availability in any capacity indicates he's moved past the shoulder issue that limited him early in camp. He has already appeared in five Cactus League games, going hitless in eight at-bats.
Trevino (shoulder) will start spring training "a little behind" other catchers, Gerry Fraley of the Dallas Morning News reports. Trevino, who underwent shoulder surgery last July, is expected to need at least another season in the minors. "Ideally, he gets time to develop," said general manager Jon Daniels. That likely means Trevino will open the year at Triple-A Nasvhille of the Pacific Coast League.