Heineman went 2-for-2 with a pair of runs, a stolen base and three walks in Saturday's 9-4 win over the Yankees.
Heineman got aboard in the first inning with a walk and then did a double-steal with Rougned Odor. He also doubled and scored in the fourth and scored again on an Isiah Kiner-Falefa single in the sixth after reaching on a single. Heineman hasn't shown much with the bat in 25 games, batting .213/.306/.373 with two homers, seven RBI and eight runs scored. The stolen base was the first of his major-league career after he was caught stealing on his first two attempts.
Heineman went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in a loss to the Yankees on Friday.
Heineman launched a 395-foot homer to spark a ninth-inning rally, but unfortunately the Rangers still came up short. Across 24 games this season, the 26-year-old has tallied eight home runs while slashing just .192/.263/.342.
Heineman (illness) is starting in center field and batting sixth Sunday Sunday against the Athletics.
Heineman hasn't seen game action since Sept. 7 due to strep throat but will rejoin the starting nine Sunday. The 26-year-old has a .200/.286/.360 slash line through 56 major-league plate appearances this season.
Heineman was unavailable Tuesday due to strep throat, Levi Weaver of The Athletic reports.
Heineman doesn't have a regular role with the Rangers at the moment, so there's no guarantee he would have featured even if healthy. It's unclear how much more time he's expected to miss.
Heineman hit a solo home run in his lone at-bat during Tuesday's 10-1 loss to the Yankees.
Heineman launched his first home run in the majors in the ninth inning, a rare bright spot for the Rangers, which were otherwise dominated by left-hander James Paxton. Heineman is slashing .209/.292/.372 over 14 games since he was added to the major-league roster. With a need to give at-bats to Willie Calhoun, Nomar Mazara and Ronald Guzman -- coupled with the pending return of Joey Gallo (wrist) -- Heineman will be on the short end of plate appearances over the final month.
Heineman went 1-for-4 with a double in Sunday's 11-3 loss to the Mariners.
Heineman has started nine of 14 games since he returned to the majors Aug. 19 but will face more competition for at-bats with roster expansion. First baseman Ronald Guzman and outfielder Nomar Mazara returned to the roster Sunday, and the Rangers are expected to give them regular plate appearances over the final month of the season.
Heineman went 1-for-6 with a double and two RBI in Monday's 8-7 win over the Rangers.
Heineman was called up from Triple-A Nashville earlier in the day and started at first base, a position he only started playing this year for the Sounds. There is ample opportunity at first base with the Rangers, who moved on from Ronald Guzman earlier this season. Heineman will share the position with Logan Forsythe and Danny Santana (hamstring).
Heineman was recalled from Triple-A Nashville on Monday. He's starting at first base and hitting seventh against the Angels, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Heineman debuted for the Rangers earlier in the month, going 2-for-10 with a walk and two strikeouts in a four-game stint before returning to the minors. He's been impressive through 42 games with Nashville, slashing .340/.412/.553 with eight home runs and four steals. Adrian Sampson (back) was placed on the IL in a corresponding move.
Heineman was optioned to Triple-A Nashville following Wednesday's doubleheader at Cleveland.
Heineman started Game 2 of Wednesday's twin bill and finished 0-for-3. The 26-year-old was recalled from Triple-A and made his season debut last Friday, going 2-for-10 with a walk during the brief stint in the majors.
Heineman was recalled from Triple-A Nashville on Friday and is starting in center field against the Tigers, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Heieman is set for his 2019 debut after spending the first few months of the season on the 60-day injured list and then being optioned to Triple-A upon his return to fully health. The 26-year-old posted a .372/.435/.581 slash line with six homers in 33 games with Nashville.
Heineman (shoulder) was activated off the 60-day injured list Wednesday and optioned to Triple-A Nashville.
Heineman underwent left shoulder surgery in December and started playing in rehab games during May, only to suffer a setback. Heineman had a .295/.355/.429 slash line at Triple-A last season and is still looking to make his major-league debut.
Heineman (shoulder) went 3-for-4 with a walk and a double for Triple-A Nashville on Sunday.
Since restarting his rehab assignment, Heineman has hit safely in all 10 games, including the last six for the Rangers' Triple-A affiliate. For the Sounds, he's 11-for-23 with four extra-base hits and five RBI. There isn't much room for him at the major-league level, so he'll continue to rehab in the minors before likely being activated at Nashville.
Heineman (shoulder) will start a rehab assignment with the AZL Rangers on Wednesday.
Heineman is working his way back from December shoulder surgery. He spent some time on a rehab assignment in late May, but it was paused due to renewed shoulder soreness. He's evidently past the problem now, though it remains to be seen how much time Heineman needs before he's ready for activation.
Heineman (shoulder) was pulled off his rehab assignment, Levi Weaver of The Athletic reports.
Heineman recently experienced soreness in his surgically repaired shoulder, prompting the Rangers to shut him down. At this point, it's unclear how this latest setback will affect the outfielder's return timeline.
Heineman (shoulder) will begin a minor-league rehab assignment with Triple-A Nashville on Tuesday.
Heineman has been sidelined all season while recovering from mid-December shoulder surgery. Given the length of his absence, the outfielder will likely need to play in a handful of rehab games before being cleared to return. Once healthy, Heineman will likely be optioned to Triple-A Nashville.
Heineman (shoulder) could head out on a minor-league rehab assignment early next week, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Heineman missed all of spring training while recovering from mid-December shoulder surgery, resulting in him opening the season on the 60-day injured list. The 26-year-old looks to be nearing the finish line of his lengthy recovery period, as he played nine innings in the outfield during an extended spring training game Monday. Once Heineman has completed the minor-league assignment and is formally activated from the IL, he'll likely be optioned to Triple-A Nashville unless the Rangers have a clear need for another outfielder.
Heineman (shoulder) was placed on the 60-day injured list Sunday.
Heineman underwent shoulder surgery in December and isn't expected to begin rehab games until late April, so this move comes as no surprise with the Rangers needing to free up a spot on the 40-man roster. Assuming all goes well in his recovery, the 26-year-old is likely to return sometime in May, with his likely destination being Triple-A Nashville.
Heineman underwent shoulder surgery in mid-December, Levi Weaver of The Athletic reports.
Heineman missed some time last season with Triple-A Round Rock due to shoulder soreness. He's not expected to be able to participate in rehab games until late April, so his full return likely won't come until mid-May. The outfielder wasn't expected to push for a major-league roster spot at the start of the season.
Heineman was added to the Rangers' 40-man roster Tuesday.
Heineman spent the 2018 season at Triple-A Round Rock -- the Rangers' former affiliate -- and had a .295/.355/.429 slash line with 11 home runs and 16 stolen bases. The 25-year-old should have an opportunity to showcase himself in spring training but could end up at the new Triple-A affiliate in Nashville to start the season.
Heineman left Sunday's minor-league action due to shoulder soreness, Levi Weaver of The Athletic Dallas reports.
The severity of Heineman's injury is unknown, although given the nature of the issue, he shouldn't be out for long. He's hitting .296 with nine homers and 49 RBI through 84 games at Triple-A Round Rock this season.
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