Said Choo: "When I first came out of the game, I thought it was more than a couple days. I thought it was a more serious injury. The first day, I couldn't even walk. Today, I feel better. I'm trying to be cautious. I'll try to do more, but this is a long season. I don't want to make it worse. If I'm comfortable to play, I will."
• When Murphy started at designated hitter on Tuesday night, he was the seventh different player used by the Rangers in that slot. Their designated hitters have combined for a .341 average, the highest in the American League.
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