• Tanner Scheppers, on the disabled list with inflammation in his right elbow, threw one inning on a medical rehabilitation assignment for Double-A Frisco on Saturday night. He allowed one unearned run on one hit and a walk while striking out one. He threw 21 pitches. He is expected to be transferred to Triple-A Round Rock to continue his assignment.
• Rougned Odor, who doesn't turn 21 until next February, joined the company of two Hall of Famers with four hits, including two triples, and five RBIs on Saturday. He is the first player under 21 to have four hits, including two triples, in a game since Rogers Hornsby on June 28, 1916. He is the first player under 21 to have four hits and five RBIs in a game since Al Kaline in 1955.
• The only other Rangers player with at least four hits and five RBIs from the No. 9 spot was Ramon Vazquez during the record-breaking 30-3 victory over the Orioles on Aug. 22, 2007.
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