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.
Trevino was placed on the 7-day disabled list Sunday at Double-A Frisco due to a right quadriceps strain, Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Trevino is eligible to return from the DL as soon as May 6, though it's unclear if he's on pace to be ready by that point. The 25-year-old catcher is batting .184/.250/.224 across 84 plate appearances with Frisco on the campaign.
Trevino was optioned to Double-A Frisco, Drew Davison of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Optioning Trevino, along with designating Brett Nicholas for assignment, gives Juan Centeno a significant edge in the battle to win the backup catching job. Trevino is a defensive specialist who has won a Gold Glove as the top defensive catcher in the minor leagues the past two seasons.
Adding Trevino to the 40-man roster protects him from the Rule 5 draft. Trevino had a bit of a down year during his first season at Double-A Frisco. Before 2017, he'd posted a batting average above .250 and an OPS above .700 in each previous season. However, over 105 games last year he slashed just .241/.275/.323 (.598 OPS).
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