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  • Rangers' Johnny Cueto: Inks minors deal with Texas

    Cueto signed a minor-league contract with the Rangers on Tuesday, Robert Murray of reports.

    Cueto posted a 6.02 ERA and 1.26 WHIP through 52.1 innings with the Marlins last year, but the 38-year-old righty wasn't quite ready to retire in the offseason. He'll now make another push to get back into the majors, but even with the Rangers dealing with a plethora of injuries in their rotation, it's unlikely Cueto spends much time with the big-league team this season.

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  • Rangers' Josh Jung: Having wrist checked out Friday

    Jung will have his fractured right wrist examined Friday, Jeff Wilson of reports.

    Progress on Jung's healing will be evaluated, and the hope is that he will get a better idea during the exam as to what a potential timeline for a return could look like. Jung had surgery on the wrist in early April and the rough timetable provided at the time was 8-to-10 weeks.

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  • Rangers' Josh Sborz: Beginning rehab assignment

    The Rangers assigned Sborz (shoulder) to Double-A Frisco on Tuesday to begin a rehab assignment.

    The right-hander has been on the shelf with a rotator cuff strain since April 7, and he shouldn't require a lengthy rehab assignment since it's been a relatively brief absence. Sborz made three appearances prior to the injury and struck out three without allowing a run over 2.2 innings.

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  • Rangers' Jonah Heim: Returns from bereavement

    The Rangers activated Heim from the bereavement list Tuesday.

    Heim was away from the club for two games while tending to more urgent personal matters. Sam Huff had been up briefly to back up Andrew Knizner, but he's now returned to Triple-A Round Rock with Heim set to resume his role as the Rangers' everyday catcher.

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  • Rangers' Sam Huff: Sent back to minors

    The Rangers optioned Huff to Triple-A Round Rock on Monday.

    Huff was up for a handful of days and did not receive a plate appearance. He'll go back to getting regular at-bats at Round Rock.

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  • Rangers' Owen White: Optioned to Triple-A

    The Rangers optioned White to Triple-A Round Rock on Monday.

    White was up with the big club for just a few days and did not make an appearance. He's clearing out to make room for Jonathan Hernandez's return from the injured list.

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  • Rangers' Jonathan Hernandez: Activated from injured list

    The Rangers activated Hernandez (lat) from the 15-day injured list Monday.

    Hernandez got a late start to the season due to a right lat strain but is ready to roll now after allowing just three runs with a 14:4 K:BB over 10 rehab innings with Triple-A Round Rock. The righty could eventually work his way into high-leverage situations but will probably be used earlier in games initially.

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  • Rangers' Adolis Garcia: Goes deep in win

    Garcia went 2-for-4 with a two-run homer in Sunday's win over Atlanta.

    Garcia launched a home run off Tyler Matzek in the eighth to extend the Rangers' lead to 6-3. His deep blast wound up being the difference in the game, as he continues to provide timely hits with seven RBI over his last five games. The 31-year-old has been one of the better hitters in baseball early on, slashing .326/.368/.616 with six homers, 22 RBI, 16 runs, four steals and a 6:22 BB:K in 95 plate appearances.

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  • Rangers' Kirby Yates: Flawless in save chance

    Yates secured a save in Sunday's 6-4 win over Atlanta, striking out one while allowing no baserunners in 1.1 scoreless innings.

    Yates entered in the eighth with Atlanta threatening with two men on and two outs and struck out Orlando Arcia to get out of the jam. The 37-year-old returned for the ninth and retired the side in order to lock down the save. Yates seems to have a firm grip on the closer role for now after picking up three saves and a win over the last week. He's yet to allow a run and has posted a 0.40 WHIP and 11:2 K:BB in 10 innings this year.

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  • Rangers' Michael Lorenzen: Settles in for win

    Lorenzen (2-0) got the win Atlanta on Sunday, allowing three runs on three hits and three walks while striking out seven over six innings.

    All three runs against Lorenzen came in the first inning after he gave up a home run to Marcell Ozuna. After that, Lorenzen was able to get in a nice groove and shut down Atlanta's talented lineup for his second win in as many tries. He's been an excellent addition thus far for a Rangers rotation still working on getting guys back from injury. Lorenzen owns a 2.45 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 11:8 K:BB in 11 innings and lines up for another weekend start against Cincinnati.

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  • Rangers' Evan Carter: Two hits, homer in win

    Carter went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and an additional run scored in Sunday's 6-4 win over Atlanta.

    Carter put the Rangers on the board with a fourth-inning home run, initiating a comeback from an early 3-0 deficit. The outfielder also notched his first MLB regular-season hit off a lefty when he beat out an infield single. The first month of the season has been a grind for Carter, who opened the season with an 0-for-15 slump and entered Sunday's game with one hit over his previous 20 at-bats. While he's struggled, Carter has managed to contribute with eight of his 15 hits going for extra bases and by drawing a team-high 10 walks.

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  • Rangers' Andrew Knizner: Provides spark in comeback win

    Knizner went 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI in Sunday's 6-4 win over Atlanta.

    Knizner's three-run blast in the fourth inning helped erase Atlanta's early 3-0 lead. It was his first home run of the season and just his second hit. Knizner started for a second straight game and is filling in for Jonah Heim, who is currently on the bereavement list.

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  • Rangers' Jon Gray: Makes surprise relief appearance

    Gray struck out four over 1.2 scoreless relief innings in Saturday's 5-2 loss to Atlanta.

    As the Rangers approached the end of the stretch that includes 17 games in 17 days, manager Bruce Bochy made note of the team's thin bullpen and a possible surprise entering Saturday's game, per Kennedi Landry of That surprise turned out to be Gray, a starter, pitching in relief. Gray is slated to start Tuesday, and Saturday lined up to be his in-between starts side session.

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  • Rangers' Evan Carter: Removed for pinch hitter

    Carter went 1-for-3 in Saturday's 5-2 loss to Atlanta.

    Carter started in left field and was eventually removed for a pinch hitter against left-handed reliever A.J. Minter. Carter has a few starts against lefties this season but has gone hitless in 10 at-bats off them. Ezequiel Duran singled as the pinch hitter and finished the game in left field. Carter, who hasn't been able to replicate the success he had last season, is batting .194 (.671 OPS) over 19 games.

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  • Rangers' Nathaniel Lowe: Makes season debut

    Lowe went 0-for-3 with a walk and run scored in Saturday's 5-2 loss to Atlanta.

    Lowe was activated off the injured list and made his season debut, batting fifth and playing first base. He should be the primary first baseman going forward against lefties or righties.

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  • Rangers' Nathan Eovaldi: Issues six walks in loss

    Eovaldi (1-2) allowed three runs on five hits and six walks over 5.1 innings in a loss to Atlanta on Saturday. He struck out six.

    Eovaldi had a brutal second inning in which he failed to retire any of the first six batters he faced, giving way to three runs coming home for Atlanta in the frame. The right-hander didn't allow another hit from the third inning on, though he did issue three free passes over that stretch while also hitting Travis d'Arnaud with a pitch. The six walks marked a season high for Eovaldi, as he hadn't walked more than two batters in any other start coming in. He's now lost two of his first three decisions to open the season, allowing eight runs and eight walks over his last two outings.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team .256


Player Injury
M. Scherzer SP Max Scherzer SP Back
J. Jung 3B Josh Jung 3B Wrist
C. Bradford SP Cody Bradford SP Back
J. deGrom SP Jacob deGrom SP Elbow
J. Foscue 2B Justin Foscue 2B Oblique

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