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Rangers | Martin Perez would start one-game playoff
Thu, 26 Sep 2013 15:28:40 -0700

Texas Rangers SP Martin Perez would get the start if the team has to play a play-in game Monday, Sept. 30. "If we have to play this through and it's his turn on Monday, yes," manager Ron Washington said. "It's another challenge and experience for him to get. He deserves it just like every other starter deserves it." Perez has set a franchise record with 10 wins as a rookie.

9/24 - Dodgers | Two starters sit Sunday
9/24 - Giants | Several starters out against Clayton Kershaw
9/24 - Diamondbacks | Two ARI players resting Sunday
9/24 - Mariners | Jean Segura resting Sunday
9/24 - Indians | Three regulars out Sunday
9/24 - Athletics | Trio of players sit Sunday
9/24 - Orioles | Dylan Bundy has strained hamstring
9/24 - White Sox | Carlos Rodon considering shoulder surgery
9/24 - Marlins | Dee Gordon feeling better
9/24 - Mets | Noah Syndergaard to make one more start
9/24 - Nationals | Two Nats play in simulated game
9/24 - Nationals | Bryce Harper appears close to returning
9/24 - Orioles | Tim Beckham unavailable Sunday
9/24 - Reds | Deck McGuire to start Tuesday
9/24 - Brewers | Manny Pina still bothered by thumb injury
9/24 - Orioles | Chris Tillman starting Sunday
9/24 - Nationals | Ryan Zimmerman resting Sunday
9/24 - Braves | Jihwan Bae signed
9/24 - Royals | KC infielders to gain experience playing CF
9/24 - Mets | Michael Conforto's status for opener in jeopardy
9/24 - Mets | Zack Wheeler moved to 60-day disabled list
9/23 - Dodgers | Good news for Hyun-Jin Ryu
9/23 - Tigers | Miguel Cabrera scheduled for MRI
9/23 - Dodgers | Hyun-Jin Ryu hit by liner
9/23 - Indians | Carlos Santana bothered by shoulder
9/23 - Twins | Hip injury for Max Kepler
9/23 - Mariners | Jean Segura has sprained finger
9/23 - Tigers | Alex Wilson has broken leg
9/23 - Twins | Miguel Sano yet to resume activity
9/23 - Twins | Carlos Aguiar signs

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