Texas RangersRangers
62-65
SP K.Allard
Wed 8/14, 4:37 PM -
TOR -150, O/U 10
Toronto Blue JaysBlue Jays
52-76
SP S.Reid-Foley
Wed 8/14, 4:37 PM - --
TOR -150, O/U 10
Rangers
62-65
SP K.Allard
Blue Jays
52-76
SP S.Reid-Foley
Lines
Team
Rangers
Blue Jays
+130
-150
+134
-144
+137
-157
+132
-146
+137
-148
Schedule Summary
TEX
Teams
TOR
125
No. Of Games
127
62-65
Record
52-76
71-54
ATS Record
65-62
56.8%
Cover%
51.2%
58-64
O/U Record
58-62
47.5%
Over%
48.3%
Schedule & Result
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Total Games: 112Record: 46-66 ATS Record: 59-53O/U Record: 58-49
Games: 112Record: 46-66 ATS: 59-53O/U: 58-49
DateOpponentScoreATSO/UB2BWed 8/21@ LADL 3-16L +1.5O 9NOSat 8/17vs. SEAL 3-4L -1.5U 10.5YESFri 8/16vs. SEAW 7-3W -1.5U 10.5NOWed 8/14vs. TEXL 3-7W -1.5U 10NOMon 8/12vs. TEXW 19-4L -1.5O 10.5NOSat 8/10vs. NYYW 5-4W +1.5U 11YESFri 8/9vs. NYYW 8-2W +1.5U 10.5YESThu 8/8vs. NYYL 6-12L +1.5O 10.5YESWed 8/7@ TBW 4-3W +1.5U 9YESTue 8/6@ TBL 6-7W +1.5O 8.5NOSun 8/4@ BALL 5-6L -1.5--YESSat 8/3@ BALL 4-6L -1.5U 10.5YESFri 8/2@ BALW 5-2W -1.5U 10.5YESThu 8/1@ BALW 11-2W -1.5O 10YESWed 7/31@ KCW 4-1W +1.5U 9.5YESWed 7/31@ KCW 9-2W +1.5O 10YESTue 7/30@ KCW 7-3W +1.5O 9NOSun 7/28vs. TBL 9-10W +1.5O 10YESSat 7/27vs. TBW 10-9W +1.5O 10YESFri 7/26vs. TBL 1-3L +1.5U 9.5NOTue 7/23vs. CLEW 2-1W +1.5U 9YESMon 7/22vs. CLEL 3-7L +1.5O 9YESSun 7/21@ DETL 3-4L -1.5U 10.5YESSat 7/20@ DETW 7-5W -1.5O 10.5YESFri 7/19@ DETW 12-1W -1.5O 10NOWed 7/17@ BOSL 4-5W +1.5U 11YESTue 7/16@ BOSW 10-4W +1.5O 11.5YESMon 7/15@ BOSL 8-10L +1.5O 11YESSun 7/14@ NYYL 2-4L +1.5U 9.5YESSat 7/13@ NYYW 2-1W +1.5U 12NOSun 7/7vs. BALW 6-1W -1.5U 11YESSat 7/6vs. BALL 1-8L -1.5U 10.5YESFri 7/5vs. BALL 1-4L -1.5U 10.5YESThu 7/4vs. BOSL 7-8W +1.5O 11YESWed 7/3vs. BOSW 6-3W +1.5U 9.5YESTue 7/2vs. BOSL 6-10L +1.5O 10YESMon 7/1vs. KCW 11-4W -1.5O 10.5YESSun 6/30vs. KCL 6-7L -1.5O 9.5YESSat 6/29vs. KCW 7-5W -1.5O 9YESFri 6/28vs. KCW 6-2W +1.5U 9.5NOWed 6/26@ NYYL 7-8W +1.5O 10YESTue 6/25@ NYYL 3-4W +1.5U 12YESMon 6/24@ NYYL 8-10L +1.5O 10.5YESSun 6/23@ BOSW 6-1W +1.5U 10YESSat 6/22@ BOSW 8-7W +1.5O 11.5YESFri 6/21@ BOSL 5-7L +1.5O 8.5YESThu 6/20vs. LAAW 7-5W +1.5O 10.5YESWed 6/19vs. LAAL 6-11L +1.5O 10.5YESTue 6/18vs. LAAL 1-3L +1.5U 9.5YESMon 6/17vs. LAAL 5-10L +1.5O 11NOSat 6/15@ HOUL 2-7L +1.5--NOSat 6/15@ HOUL 2-15L +1.5O 8NOThu 6/13@ BALW 12-3W -1.5O 9.5YESWed 6/12@ BALW 8-6W -1.5O 10.5YESTue 6/11@ BALL 2-4L -1.5U 9NOSun 6/9vs. ARIL 2-8L +1.5O 9NOFri 6/7vs. ARIL 2-8L -1.5O 8.5YESThu 6/6vs. NYYL 2-6L +1.5U 10.5YESWed 6/5vs. NYYW 11-7W +1.5O 8.5YESTue 6/4vs. NYYW 4-3W +1.5U 9NOSun 6/2@ COLL 1-5L +1.5U 12.5YESSun 6/2@ COLL 2-4L +1.5U 10.5YESSat 6/1@ COLL 6-13L +1.5O 12NOWed 5/29@ TBL 3-4W +1.5--YESTue 5/28@ TBL 1-3L +1.5U 8.5YESMon 5/27@ TBL 3-8L +1.5O 8YESSun 5/26vs. SDW 10-1W -1.5O 8.5YESSat 5/25vs. SDL 4-19L +1.5O 10YESFri 5/24vs. SDL 3-6L +1.5O 8.5YESThu 5/23vs. BOSL 2-8L +1.5--YESWed 5/22vs. BOSL 5-6W +1.5O 9YESTue 5/21vs. BOSW 10-3W +1.5O 8.5YESMon 5/20vs. BOSL 2-12L +1.5O 9YESSun 5/19@ CHWW 5-2W +1.5U 9.5YESSat 5/18@ CHWL 1-4L +1.5U 9.5YESSat 5/18@ CHWW 10-2W +1.5O 9YESFri 5/17@ CHWL 2-4L -1.5U 10NOWed 5/15@ SFL 3-4W +1.5U 7.5NOWed 5/15@ SFW 7-3W +1.5O 7.5NOSun 5/12vs. CHWL 1-5L -1.5U 8.5YESSat 5/11vs. CHWL 2-7L -1.5O 8.5YESFri 5/10vs. CHWW 4-3L -1.5U 9NOWed 5/8vs. MINL 1-9L +1.5O 9NOSun 5/5@ TEXL 2-10W +1.5O 10.5NOSun 5/5@ TEXL 5-8W +1.5O 10NOFri 5/3@ LAAL 2-6L +1.5U 8.5YESThu 5/2@ LAAL 3-6L +1.5O 8.5YESWed 5/1@ LAAL 3-4W +1.5U 9NOSun 4/28vs. OAKW 5-4W +1.5U 9.5YESSat 4/27vs. OAKW 7-1W -1.5U 9YESFri 4/26vs. OAKW 4-2W -1.5U 9NOTue 4/23vs. SFL 6-7L -1.5O 8.5NOSun 4/21@ OAKW 5-4W +1.5O 8YESSat 4/20@ OAKW 10-1W +1.5O 8NOSat 4/20@ OAKW 5-1W +1.5U 8NOThu 4/18@ MINW 7-4W +1.5O 8.5NOThu 4/18@ MINL 1-4L +1.5U 8.5NOTue 4/16@ MINW 6-5W +1.5O 9YESMon 4/15@ MINW 5-3W +1.5U 8.5YESSun 4/14vs. TBL 4-8L +1.5O 8YESSat 4/13vs. TBW 3-1W +1.5U 8YESFri 4/12vs. TBL 7-11L +1.5O 8YESThu 4/11@ BOSL 6-7W +1.5O 9NOTue 4/9@ BOSW 7-5W +1.5O 8NOSun 4/7@ CLEL 1-3L +1.5U 7.5YESSat 4/6@ CLEL 2-7L +1.5O 8YESFri 4/5@ CLEL 2-3W +1.5U 7.5YESThu 4/4@ CLEL 1-4L +1.5U 6.5YESWed 4/3vs. BALW 5-3W -1.5U 8.5YESTue 4/2vs. BALL 1-2L -1.5U 8.5YESMon 4/1vs. BALL 5-6L -1.5O 9YESSun 3/31vs. DETL 3-4L -1.5U 9NO
 
Rangers Pitching
1
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Kolby Allard
 
Blue Jays Pitching
1
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Sean Reid-Foley
TEX Pitching
TOR Pitching
 
Rangers Pitching
1
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Kolby Allard
 
Rangers Lineup
DH
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Shin-Soo Choo
Latest News
1B
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Danny Santana
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SS
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Elvis Andrus
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LF
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Willie Calhoun
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RF
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Nomar Mazara
10IL
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2B
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Rougned Odor
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3B
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Isiah Kiner-Falefa
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CF
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Delino DeShields
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C
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Jose Trevino
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Blue Jays Lineup
SS
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Bo Bichette
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2B
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Cavan Biggio
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DH
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Vladimir Guerrero
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RF
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Randal Grichuk
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CF
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Teoscar Hernandez
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1B
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Rowdy Tellez
Latest News
3B
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Brandon Drury
Latest News
LF
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Derek Fisher
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C
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Danny Jansen
Latest News
TEX Lineup
TOR Lineup
 
Rangers Lineup
DH
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Shin-Soo Choo
Latest News
1B
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Danny Santana
Latest News
SS
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Elvis Andrus
Latest News
LF
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Willie Calhoun
Latest News
RF
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Nomar Mazara
10IL
Latest News
2B
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Rougned Odor
Latest News
3B
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Isiah Kiner-Falefa
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CF
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Delino DeShields
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C
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Jose Trevino
Latest News
 
Rangers Injuries
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Matt BushTEX
Needs Tommy John surgery
He had surgery to repair a partially torn UCL in September of 2018, and was in the midst of a rehab assignment when it was revealed he needed to have Tommy John surgery. Bush will be out until at least late 2020.
OUT
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Jeffrey SpringsTEX
Shifts to 60-day IL
Springs recently landed on the 10-day IL with left biceps tendinitis, and now this transaction makes him ineligible for a return until late August. Jesse Biddle was acquired via waivers and will take Springs' spot on the 40-man roster.
60IL
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Nate JonesTEX
Shipped to Texas
Jones is on the mend from surgery to address a right forearm strain and has been ruled out for the rest of the 2019 season, so the Rangers likely only agreed to take him on in order to receive the compensation package. The righty's contract contains a modest $3.75 million club option for 2020, but his troubling injury history could prompt the Rangers to view him as a sunk cost and buy him out for $1.25 million.
60IL
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Joe PalumboTEX
Lands on IL
Since Palumbo was up as the 26th man for Tuesday's doubleheader, he'll be sent to the MiLB injured list. He'll be eligible to return beginning Aug. 27, though it's unclear at this time if he'll be sidelined for longer than the minimum.
7IL
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Jesse BiddleTEX
Out until mid-September
Since Biddle's initial move to the IL was retroactive to July 15, the new transaction means he won't be eligible to rejoin the Rangers until at least mid-September. At that point, the Rangers may not deem it worthwhile to bring Biddle back with limited time left in the season, making it a realistic possibility that he doesn't pitch again in 2019. Biddle's placement on the 60-day IL will open up a spot on the 40-man roster for fellow reliever Ian Gibaut, who was acquired from the Rays on Sunday.
60IL
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Luke FarrellTEX
Rehabbing in Arizona League
Farrell hasn't pitched in a live game since spring training, when he suffered a fractured jaw after being struck by a line drive. While it's good to see him back in action, his lengthy absence means he'll likely need a considerable amount of time in the minor leagues to get his arm back in shape. A timetable for his return has not yet been revealed.
60IL
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Joey GalloTEX
Starting to swing bat
Gallo swung lightly, hitting off a tee and reports feeling good. "It's good, but, in my opinion, it's still a couple of weeks away from taking a full swing against pitchers," Gallo said. "It's improving every day, but it just takes time." There's still enough time in the season for Gallo to get back on the field, but the Rangers are not expected to rush him back. Gallo was enjoying the best season of his career before breaking the hamate bone in his left hand in late July.
10IL
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Edinson VolquezTEX
Rehab moves to Double-A
He logged four appearances in the AZL, throwing exactly one inning in all four. Volquez remains on track to rejoin the big-league club when rosters expand in September. He will return as a low-leverage reliever.
60IL
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Jesse ChavezTEX
Heads to IL
It's unclear as to when this injury cropped up, but Chavez has surrendered five runs over his last two outings, so it could explain his recent struggles. David Carpenter has been recalled from Triple-A Nashville in a corresponding move.
10IL
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Taylor HearnTEX
Shut down with elbow irritation
Hearn recorded a single big-league out before landing on the injured list with elbow tightness in late April. He resumed throwing in July before the issue popped up again. The renewed irritation reportedly isn't related to his UCL, so Tommy John surgery isn't expected to be required, but he may not have time to build up the arm strength to pitch again this season.
60IL
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Adrian SampsonTEX
Lands on IL
This injury could help explain why Sampson has only pitched twice in the past week, allowing seven runs and posting a 1:3 K:BB across 1.1 innings in those appearances. He'll be eligible to return Aug. 28 should he prove ready. In a corresponding move, Scott Heineman was summoned from the minors.
10IL
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Nomar MazaraTEX
on IL with oblique strain
He has been limited over the past couple days, and it was reported earlier in the day that Mazara may have the same injury that has sidelined Joey Gallo since June. If that is indeed the case, Mazara's season is likely over, but the team has not officially said that. Nick Solak's contract was purchased from Triple-A in a corresponding move. Hunter Pence is starting in right field while Solak starts at designated hitter.
10IL
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Yohander MendezTEX
Begins rehab stint
Mendez has been on the shelf since the beginning of the season due to a left elbow strain, but he's finally been given the green light to embark on a rehab stint. It remains to be seen whether he'll return this season, considering his lengthy stay on the shelf.
60IL
 
Blue Jays Injuries
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Bud NorrisTOR
Won't join Nationals
After receiving his release from the Blue Jays earlier this month, Norris looked to be an ideal fit for a Nationals squad lacking in reliable setup options ahead of closer Sean Doolittle. Norris' representatives appeared to come to terms with Washington on a deal two days earlier, but the Nationals weren't satisfied with the reports they received regarding the right-hander's forearm injury. According to Heyman, Washington felt Norris was 4-to-5 weeks away from being ready to contribute at the major-league level, so the 34-year-old could linger on the open market for a while longer until he approaches full health.
OUT
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Ryan BoruckiTOR
Transferred to 60-day IL
He has already been ruled out for the year after having surgery to remove bone spurs from his left elbow.
60IL
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Nick KinghamTOR
Placed on injured list
Yennsy Diaz was recalled from Double-A New Hampshire in a corresponding move. Kingham earned the win in his return to the big leagues Friday after throwing 57 pitches across three scoreless innings. The 27-year-old right-hander owns a 3-1 record with a 3.00 ERA since being acquired from the Pirates on June 13.
10IL
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Devon TravisTOR
Likely done for season
According to Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca, Travis has been working back from left knee surgery at the Blue Jays' spring training facility in Florida, but as of two weeks ago, the second baseman had yet to resume baseball activities. No news regarding Travis' workouts has surfaced since that time, and with less than two months left in the season, the 28-year-old has probably already run out of time to make it back to the big club even if he accelerates his rehab program soon. Travis remains arbitration-eligible for the next two seasons, but given his checkered health history and downward-trending performance since his rookie campaign, he could be a non-tender candidate this winter.
60IL
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Jordan GroshansTOR
Shut down for season
He was in the midst of a breakout season but an undisclosed left foot injury limited him to just 23 games for Low-A Lansing. In that time, he hit .337/.427/.482 with two home runs and one steal in 96 plate appearances. Groshans has a chance to develop into a five-category fantasy contributor on the left side of the infield. If he really impresses in spring training, it's possible he could open the year at High-A, but he will likely head back to the Midwest League.
7IL
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Clay BuchholzTOR
Strikes out seven in rehab start
Making the third start of his rehab assignment, Buchholz acquitted himself well while pushing his pitch count up to 67 and testing himself against full-season competition for the first time. Buchholz will likely make at least one more minor-league start at an affiliate to be determined before potentially slotting back into the Toronto rotation in late August or early September.
60IL
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Matt ShoemakerTOR
Expects to resume throwing soon
Shoemaker was ruled out for the season shortly after suffering a torn ACL in his left knee during his fifth start of the season April 20. Now three months into the rehab process for a surgery that typically carries a 6-to-9-month recovery timeline, Shoemaker has been working out in his native Michigan around five or six times per week and is pleased with the progress he's made thus far. Regardless of whether he's cleared for mound work in the near future, Shoemaker plans to return to Toronto before season's end for a checkup, at which time he'll receive a regimen for his rehab heading into the winter. The Blue Jays could have interest in re-signing Shoemaker -- an impending free agent -- after he dazzled in his five outings before suffering the season-ending injury. The right-hander posted a 1.57 ERA, 0.87 WHIP and 24 strikeouts in 28.2 innings.
60IL
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Elvis LucianoTOR
Begins throwing progression
It doesn't sound like he's particularly close to pitching in games, and it's possible he won't be able to return this season.
60IL
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Clayton RichardTOR
Throws bullpen session
He will continue to throw bullpens in the coming days before potentially embarking on a rehab assignment.
10IL
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Ryan TeperaTOR
Rehabbing in Florida State League
Tepera retired the side on just eight pitches, generating two groundball outs in addition to the punchout. Since he's been on the shelf since late May with the right elbow issue, Tepera will likely require at least a few more appearances in the minors before returning from the 60-day injured list. The Blue Jays are presumably counting on having him back when the roster expands Sept. 1.
60IL
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Lourdes GurrielTOR
Follow-up MRI scheduled
He had an MRI earlier this week, but apparently the results were not conclusive. He will have additional functional testing Saturday and Sunday, with the imaging testing set to dictate a timeline for his return.
10IL
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Luke MaileTOR
To IL with oblique strain
He suffered the injury during batting practice Saturday. Reese McGuire will be promoted from Triple-A in a corresponding move, and will replace Maile as the backup catcher in Toronto.
10IL
TEX Injuries
TOR Injuries
 
Rangers Injuries
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Matt BushTEX
Needs Tommy John surgery
He had surgery to repair a partially torn UCL in September of 2018, and was in the midst of a rehab assignment when it was revealed he needed to have Tommy John surgery. Bush will be out until at least late 2020.
OUT
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Yohander MendezTEX
Begins rehab stint
Mendez has been on the shelf since the beginning of the season due to a left elbow strain, but he's finally been given the green light to embark on a rehab stint. It remains to be seen whether he'll return this season, considering his lengthy stay on the shelf.
60IL
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Nate JonesTEX
Shipped to Texas
Jones is on the mend from surgery to address a right forearm strain and has been ruled out for the rest of the 2019 season, so the Rangers likely only agreed to take him on in order to receive the compensation package. The righty's contract contains a modest $3.75 million club option for 2020, but his troubling injury history could prompt the Rangers to view him as a sunk cost and buy him out for $1.25 million.
60IL
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Joe PalumboTEX
Lands on IL
Since Palumbo was up as the 26th man for Tuesday's doubleheader, he'll be sent to the MiLB injured list. He'll be eligible to return beginning Aug. 27, though it's unclear at this time if he'll be sidelined for longer than the minimum.
7IL
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Jesse BiddleTEX
Out until mid-September
Since Biddle's initial move to the IL was retroactive to July 15, the new transaction means he won't be eligible to rejoin the Rangers until at least mid-September. At that point, the Rangers may not deem it worthwhile to bring Biddle back with limited time left in the season, making it a realistic possibility that he doesn't pitch again in 2019. Biddle's placement on the 60-day IL will open up a spot on the 40-man roster for fellow reliever Ian Gibaut, who was acquired from the Rays on Sunday.
60IL
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Luke FarrellTEX
Rehabbing in Arizona League
Farrell hasn't pitched in a live game since spring training, when he suffered a fractured jaw after being struck by a line drive. While it's good to see him back in action, his lengthy absence means he'll likely need a considerable amount of time in the minor leagues to get his arm back in shape. A timetable for his return has not yet been revealed.
60IL
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Jeffrey SpringsTEX
Shifts to 60-day IL
Springs recently landed on the 10-day IL with left biceps tendinitis, and now this transaction makes him ineligible for a return until late August. Jesse Biddle was acquired via waivers and will take Springs' spot on the 40-man roster.
60IL
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Edinson VolquezTEX
Rehab moves to Double-A
He logged four appearances in the AZL, throwing exactly one inning in all four. Volquez remains on track to rejoin the big-league club when rosters expand in September. He will return as a low-leverage reliever.
60IL
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Jesse ChavezTEX
Heads to IL
It's unclear as to when this injury cropped up, but Chavez has surrendered five runs over his last two outings, so it could explain his recent struggles. David Carpenter has been recalled from Triple-A Nashville in a corresponding move.
10IL
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Taylor HearnTEX
Shut down with elbow irritation
Hearn recorded a single big-league out before landing on the injured list with elbow tightness in late April. He resumed throwing in July before the issue popped up again. The renewed irritation reportedly isn't related to his UCL, so Tommy John surgery isn't expected to be required, but he may not have time to build up the arm strength to pitch again this season.
60IL
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Adrian SampsonTEX
Lands on IL
This injury could help explain why Sampson has only pitched twice in the past week, allowing seven runs and posting a 1:3 K:BB across 1.1 innings in those appearances. He'll be eligible to return Aug. 28 should he prove ready. In a corresponding move, Scott Heineman was summoned from the minors.
10IL
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Nomar MazaraTEX
on IL with oblique strain
He has been limited over the past couple days, and it was reported earlier in the day that Mazara may have the same injury that has sidelined Joey Gallo since June. If that is indeed the case, Mazara's season is likely over, but the team has not officially said that. Nick Solak's contract was purchased from Triple-A in a corresponding move. Hunter Pence is starting in right field while Solak starts at designated hitter.
10IL
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Joey GalloTEX
Starting to swing bat
Gallo swung lightly, hitting off a tee and reports feeling good. "It's good, but, in my opinion, it's still a couple of weeks away from taking a full swing against pitchers," Gallo said. "It's improving every day, but it just takes time." There's still enough time in the season for Gallo to get back on the field, but the Rangers are not expected to rush him back. Gallo was enjoying the best season of his career before breaking the hamate bone in his left hand in late July.
10IL