Rangers bench coach Jackie Moore felt light headed during the sixth inning and left the dugout Sunday night. Moore, 73, was transported to Medical Center Arlington where doctors were going to run tests. Moore was feeling better before he left the ballpark and was able to walk to the ambulance.
Reliever Scott Feldman is expected to make a spot start Monday against Kansas City, as the Rangers try to get their rotation back in line after Thursday's doubleheader in Baltimore.
Manager Ron Washington said he will make the decision official after Sunday night's game against the Angels.
Several Rangers pitchers took early batting practice in preparation for Interleague Play beginning Friday in Houston. Washington said the pitchers worked on hitting -- especially bunting -- during Spring Training.
Triple-A Round Rock second baseman Yangervis Solarte had a 22-game hitting streak come to an end on Saturday.
Double-A Frisco shortstop Jurickson Profar extended his hitting streak to 22 games on Saturday with three more hits. Profar led off the 12th inning with a double and later scored the winning run in a 2-1 RoughRiders victory over Corpus Christi.