Worth noting

Yu Darvish had an issue with a bleeding right thumb cut by his index finger nail for the second consecutive game on Wednesday, but Washington said it's not an issue.

• Left-hander Neal Cotts wasn't available Wednesday night after throwing 14 pitches the night before, allowing a hit in an inning. Washington said it was a club decision not to use Cotts and that there is no injury. Cotts has appeared in seven of the Rangers' 15 games with two blown saves.

• Left-handed reliever Pedro Figueroa had his best outing as a Ranger, needing 13 pitches to cruise through the ninth inning and eventually get his first career win after Martin's walk-off hit.

"He finally started attacking," Washington said. "He threw to contact last night. With that, he sees it's not that tough to do. … Sometimes subconsciously, not knowing it, he tries to take stuff off of his velocity to throw strikes, and I don't want him to do that. I want him to let it go."

Todd Willis is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.