Trevino has been placed on the disabled list at Double-A Frisco with a left shoulder (non-throwing) impingement, Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Trevino had a brief stay in the majors earlier this month before getting sent back down to Frisco. The Rangers decided they could get by with Isiah Kiner-Falefa as the backup catcher, so Trevino was sent back down to Frisco after making his MLB debut. He played just one game with the RoughRiders before ending up on the minor-league disabled list.
Trevino was optioned to Double-A Frisco on Monday.
Trevino was up for the Rangers' weekend series against the Rockies, appearing in all three games and going 2-for-8. He'll be sent back to Double-A, the level he was at when originally promoted. Reliever Ricardo Rodriguez was called up in a corresponding move.
Trevino started Saturday and went 1-for-3 with with an RBI single in a 5-2 win over the Rockies.
This was Trevino's first start in the majors and it was memorable as he delivered a game-tying single in the seventh inning to help the Rangers end a seven-game losing streak. As important as the hit was his guidance of starter Mike Minor through seven strong innings. Trevino was called up this week from Double-A Frisco as insurance while Robinson Chirinos served a one-game suspension. He was pressed into duty Friday, making his MLB debut when Carlos Perez sustained an injury to his right ankle. Perez has since been placed on the disabled list, so Trevino is now the backup to Chirinos.
Trevino was called up from Double-A Frisco prior to Friday's game against the Rockies, TR Sullivan of MLB.com reports.
Trevino was a late addition to the active roster, joining the team to supply catching depth since Robinson Chirinos was given a one-game suspension that he will serve during Friday's affair. Expect to see Trevino shipped back to the minors Saturday.
Trevino (quadriceps) has gone 8-for-17 with a pair of home runs and triple since being reinstated from the 7-day disabled list at Double-A Frisco on May 11.
Trevino was sidelined for just under two weeks with the right quad strain. The 25-year-old possesses a spot on Texas' 40-man roster, but it's unlikely he'll be promoted to the majors before September unless one of the top two catchers in the organization (Robinson Chirinos and Carlos Perez) misses time.
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