ARLINGTON — Two more decisions on the Texas Rangers’ Opening Day roster were made Thursday afternoon as right-hander Tanner Scheppers and long-shot left-hander Joe Ortiz were informed they will be in the bullpen Sunday.Scheppers was expected to make the club after making his major-league debut last year. He rates the Rangers’ power right-hander and will be one of many rotating pieces to set up for closer Joe Nathan.Ortiz, though, was a self-described unknown when camp opened after pitching at Double A and Triple A last year. But he allowed only one run during 11 Cactus League innings and struck out 11 while issuing only one walk.Manager Ron Washington said that he thought Ortiz might have cried had their meeting gone on any longer, and Ortiz admitted that it was an emotional moment.“There were some tears in my eyes when he told me the news,” said Ortiz, 22. “I didn’t expect this.”The Rangers will carry three lefties in their bullpen, but Washington said that neither Ortiz, Michael Kirkman or Robbie Ross will be used as a specialist. Kirkman and Ross are candidates to work the eighth inning ahead of Nathan, but said that the only role that has been determined is Nathan as closer.The Rangers have seven relievers for the season opener but could an eighth until they need No. 5 starter Nick Tepesch on April 9. The choice for the 25th spot on the roster is between outfielder Julio Borbon and right-handed relievers Cory Burns and Josh Lindblom.The club continues to pursue a trade for Borbon, who is out of options and is not expected to clear waivers. The Rangers have until 2 p.m. Sunday to set their roster. Borbon said the he has heard that the Mets, Cubs, Rays and Astros have expressed interest in him.Briefly• The Rangers outrighted left-hander Brad Mills to Triple A Round Rock after he cleared waivers. The move gives the Rangers two vacancies on the 40-man roster, spots that will go to Jeff Baker and Derek Lowe when the Rangers purchase their minor-league contracts.• Michigan fans Derek Lowe and Derek Holland spent part of their afternoon watching the Wolverines’ shoot-around ahead of the Sweet 16 matchup tonight. Florida fan A.J. Pierzynski went to the Gators’ practice.