Reliever Robinson Tejeda, on the 15-day disabled list with right shoulder inflammation, reported no aftereffects to his throwing session on Tuesday. He threw 20 or 25 pitches and is not sure when he will return. Catcher Jason Kendall (right shoulder) hopes to return by mid-May or perhaps June and is aiming toward a Minor League rehabilitation assignment. He wants to be ready to play every day when returns. Rangers: Young on a roll
Michael Young extended his hit streak to 11 games with a two-out RBI double in the sixth inning on Wednesday. He's hitting .409 (18-for-44) with six doubles and seven RBIs during that stretch. Rangers right-hander Brandon Webb faced hitters two days ahead of schedule on Wednesday, and said he saw some improvement, The club is deciding when to send him to the team's complex in Arizona for extended spring training. Worth noting
Rangers ace C.J. Wilson's third annual "Strike Out" bowling tournament to benefit patients of Cook Children's Hospital in Fort Worth took place Thursday night at the Splitsville Luxury Lanes and Dinner Lounge in Arlington.
Rangers Minor League pitcher Eric Hurley, who was struck on the right side of the head by a comebacker on Monday, has a small skull fracture and moderate concussion. He has been released from the hospital in New Orleans.