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  • Rangers' Justin Foscue: Moves rehab to Triple-A

    Foscue (oblique) was transferred to Triple-A Round Rock on Thursday to continue his rehab assignment.

    Foscue went 7-for-17 with one home run in six games with the Rangers' Arizona Complex League affiliate after missing two months with a left oblique strain. He could be ready for activation soon, but Foscue isn't a given to rejoin the major-league roster at that time.

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  • Rangers' Jesus Tinoco: Outrighted to Triple-A

    The Rangers outrighted Tinoco to Triple-A Round Rock on Thursday.

    Tinoco has the option to decline the assignment and become a free agent if he wants. If he does choose to stick around, he'll provide relief depth at Round Rock.

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  • Rangers' Jose Corniell: Set for UCL surgery

    Corniell will undergo season-ending surgery to repair the UCL in his right elbow, Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports.

    Corniell has been sidelined all season with an elbow issue. While his injury was initially referred to as inflammation when he went on the 7-day injured list at Double-A Frisco back in early April, subsequent testing revealed a more serious concern. It's not yet clear whether Corniell will have a full Tommy John surgery or internal brace procedure, but in either case he won't pitch again in 2024 and is likely to miss at least a large chunk, if not all, of the 2025 season.

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  • Rangers' Sebastian Walcott: Taking off in June

    Walcott is batting .339/.387/.554 over 14 games for High-A Hickory in June.

    The Rangers pushed the 18-year-old prospect with an aggressive assignment at Hickory, and Walcott struggled early. He was batting .195 through the end of May, but his bat has come alive in June. The organization is also exposing the 6-foot-4 shortstop to third base, where he's made nine starts over the last 27 games.

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  • Rangers' Robbie Grossman: Active in win

    Grossman started in left field and went 1-for-2 with a walk, a stolen base and two runs scored in Wednesday's 5-3 win over the Mets.

    Grossman ignited a rally in the bottom of the first inning when he drew the first of three two-out walks, stole a base (his third of the season), and eventually scored Texas' first run. He later raced home from first base on a double in the sixth. Grossman has recently become a fixture in the starting lineup against left-handers, usually batting third. He's batting .333 (9-for-27) with a home run, a double, six RBI, a stolen base and five additional runs scored during the month of June.

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  • Rangers' Josh Smith: Remains at DH

    Smith started at designated hitter and went 1-for-3 with a walk, a double, an RBI and a run scored in Wednesday's 5-3 win over the Mets.

    Smith returned from a hamstring injury Tuesday but has been limited to DH duties in both games, and he's still made an impact with his bat. In the bottom of the sixth inning Wednesday, he doubled in a run then scored a game-tying run. Smith is 3-for-7 with a home run, a double, four RBI and an additional run scored in the two games at DH.

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  • Rangers' Wyatt Langford: Collects two hits, stolen base

    Langford went 2-for-3 with a double, two RBI and a stolen base in a 5-3 victory versus the Mets on Wednesday.

    Langford logged an RBI on a bases-loaded hit-by-pitch in the first inning and added a run-scoring single in the sixth. The rookie finished with his sixth multi-hit effort in June and pushed his batting average up to .288 on the month. That's a nice improvement after Langford batted just .222 coming into June, and the added hits have helped him become more of a run producer. Of Langford's 24 RBI on the season, 11 have come across his 16 contests this month.

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  • Rangers' Leody Taveras: Snaps homer drought

    Taveras went 1-for-1 with a two-run home run in Wednesday's 5-3 win against the Mets.

    Taveras began the game on the bench before being called upon to play center field in the top of the seventh inning. In the bottom of that frame, Taveras produced the game-winning runs when he smashed a two-run homer to right-center field. The long ball snapped a 22-game homerless stretch for the outfielder, who hit a meager .147 during that span.

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  • Rangers' Kirby Yates: Remains perfect in save conversions

    Yates earned a save against the Mets on Wednesday, striking out one batter in a perfect ninth inning.

    Yates protected a two-run Texas lead in the top of the ninth frame, retiring the side in order on 16 pitches. The veteran reliever is a perfect 11-for-11 in save chances this season -- no closer in baseball has converted more saves without blowing any opportunities. Yates hasn't given up more than one run in any of his 26 appearances, leading to a superb 1.03 ERA.

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  • Rangers' Andrew Heaney: Fans nine in no-decision

    Heaney allowed three runs on four hits and two walks while striking out nine batters over six innings in a no-decision against the Mets on Wednesday.

    Heaney induced 15 swinging strikes in the outing, helping him reach a season-high nine punchouts. The left-hander's strong start was somewhat spoiled by a Pete Alonso two-run homer in the sixth, but Heaney still completed that frame to finish with his fourth quality start of the campaign. The veteran hurler is just 2-8 on the season, but he's offered some stability at the back of Texas' rotation by giving up three or fewer earned runs in each of his past 10 appearances, posting a 3.26 ERA across 49.2 frames during that span.

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  • Rangers' Jonah Heim: Returns to action

    Heim went 1-for-4 in Tuesday's 7-6 loss to the Mets.

    Heim returned from a paternity leave Tuesday and was back in the lineup as the catcher. He's batting .235/.278/.341 with six home runs, 31 RBI, one steal and 22 runs scored over 241 plate appearances.

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  • Rangers' Ezequiel Duran: Makes 11th straight start

    Duran started at third base and went 2-for-4 with two runs scored in Tuesday's 7-6 loss to the Mets.

    Duran was in the starting lineup for the 11th consecutive game and the 17th time in the last 18 contests. He's filled in at first base against left-handers, then helped cover the left side of the infield, where Corey Seager and Josh Smith have battled injuries. Smith returned as the designated hitter Tuesday, which could spell the end of Duran's streak in the starting nine. Eventually, when third baseman Josh Jung (wrist) returns, there will be a reduction in Duran's opportunities.

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  • Rangers' Josh Smith: Makes impact in return

    Smith served as the designated hitter and went 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI in Tuesday's 7-6 loss to the Mets.

    Smith returned to the starting lineup Tuesday after battling a hamstring issue since late last week. He was given a soft re-entry as the DH and could return to his normal duties as the fill-in third baseman for the injured Josh Jung (wrist). The surprisingly productive Smith has been a boon to the Rangers' offense which has missed Jung's bat. Smith is batting .298/.386/.451 with five homers, 16 doubles, one triple, 28 RBI and 34 runs scored over 249 plate appearances.

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  • Rangers' Michael Lorenzen: Collects another quality start

    Lorenzen did not factor into the decision in Tuesday's 7-6 loss to the Mets, allowing three runs on four hits and one walk over six innings. He struck out three.

    The veteran right-hander posted his sixth quality start in his last seven outings with this performance. Over that span dating back to May 13, Lorenzen has pitched to a 1.88 ERA, 1.02 WHIP and 27:16 K:BB in 43 innings. He'll look to keep his stellar work going in his next start, tentatively slated to come against the Brewers on the road.

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  • Rangers' Max Scherzer: Making season debut Saturday

    Scherzer (back/thumb) will return from the injured list and start against the Royals on Saturday, Jim Bowden of The Athletic reports.

    Scherzer has been on the injured list all season while recovering from offseason back surgery and battling thumb/forearm injuries throughout his rehab process. However, after experiencing no issues following his latest rehab start at Triple-A Round Rock, the 39-year-old veteran has officially been given the green light to return to the Rangers' rotation. He posted a 4.91 ERA and 1.18 WHIP alongside a 17:3 K:BB through 11 innings during his assignment, and it's unclear if the right-hander will be working under any restrictions during his return to a big-league mound.

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  • Rangers' Adolis Garcia: Resting Tuesday

    Garcia is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Mets.

    Garcia will get his first day off since April 27, as Travis Jankowski bats sixth and plays right field Tuesday. Garcia owns a .677 OPS with 13 homers and six stolen bases through 285 plate appearances.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team .236


Player Injury
M. Scherzer SP Max Scherzer SP Back
J. Jung 3B Josh Jung 3B Wrist
E. Carter LF Evan Carter LF Back
J. deGrom SP Jacob deGrom SP Elbow
C. Bradford SP Cody Bradford SP Ribs

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