Feigl was promoted to Triple-A Round Rock on Wednesday, Jamey Newberg of The Athletic Dallas reports.
Feigl has been stellar for the RoughRiders this season, tossing 16.1 scoreless innings across 11 appearances while posting a 0.67 WHIP and 12:4 K:BB. Thanks to his impressive run with Frisco, the 27-year-old finds himself back at Triple-A for the first time since 2015, when he made just one appearance for Triple-A Gwinnett before undergoing Tommy John surgery. If Feigl excels with the Express, he could find himself in the big-league bullpen sometime later this season.
Feign (elbow) was traded to the Rangers on Thursday along with Tyrell Jenkins in exchange for Luke Jackson, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Feigl has made just one appearance with a full-season affiliate over the past two seasons -- he worked exclusively with rookie-level clubs in 2016 while continuing his rehab from Tommy John surgery. A 6-foot-4 lefty, Feigl is still just 25 and flashed an ability to hit his spots and miss bats before going down with the elbow injury.
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