Moreland to forego ankle reconstructive surgery
The Rangers announced Monday that first baseman Mitch Moreland has decided he won’t have ankle reconstructive surgery that was supposed to sideline him for three months. Instead, he’ll have his os trigonum bone behind his ankle removed, and is hoping to be back in three to four weeks.
Second baseman Rougned Odor, who exited Sunday’s game against the Indians with a sprained right shoulder had an MRI and is expected to be available off the bench tonight. He’ll take BP.