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).
Trevino is back in action with Double-A Frisco after being placed on the temporary inactive list May 4.
The 24-year-old has gone just 2-for-15 since rejoining Frisco, though he's still sporting a respectable .273/.324/.333 slash line through 18 games.
Trevino was placed on the temporary inactive list Thursday, Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Trevino was slashing .314/.375/.392 through 14 games with Double-A Frisco this season before landing on the inactive list. It's unclear when he'll be back with the team, though it will at least be a three-game absence.
Trevino (hand) is back in action with Double-A Frisco and is hitting .297/.333/.378 with one home run, one steal and a 4:2 K:BB in 37 at-bats.
He left a game on April 14 after getting hit in the hand by a pitch, but returned April 24 and has continued his strong start for the RoughRiders. The 24-year-old backstop doesn't profile as much of a fantasy force, but most evaluators think he has a big-league future, with a realistic floor as a backup catcher.
Trevino departed Thursday night's game with Double-A Frisco after being hit on the hand by a pitch, Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports.
This injury comes at an inopportune time, as Trevino had been hitting .350 through the Roughriders first six games. However, he isn't expected to land on the disabled list due to this issue and should be able to return to action after a few days of rest. Consider him day-to-day for the time being.
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