ARLINGTON — A sore right elbow landed Rangers pitcher Nick Tepesch on the 15-day disabled list, necessitating a staff shakeup early Sunday.Joakim Soria was activated from the 60-day DL in an anticipated move, and Cory Burns was recalled from Triple A Round Rock.Rest and treatment will be the prescription for Tepesch, whose injury is not thought to be serious.The injury was the most recent setback for the rookie right-hander, who has struggled in five of his last six starts.He was 4-6 with a 4.85 ERA after pitching against Houston on Thursday.Though he earned the victory, working effectively over five innings and striking out a career-high nine batters, he couldn’t get out of the sixth. He left without recording an out and being charged with four runs.Ross Wolf or Josh Lindblom will start in place of Tepesch on Wednesday at Baltimore, manager Ron Washington said. Soria, a former All-Star closer for Kansas City before Tommy John surgery interrupted his career, became the 21st pitcher used by the Rangers when he pitched a scoreless sixth inning Sunday.Chippy DarvishYu Darvish remained a bit touchy with critics who have claimed he wasn’t throwing enough fastballs.After Saturday’s game, in which he took the loss to the Astros, the Rangers’ All-Star right-hander uttered caustically that he plans to “throw all sliders” in the midseason classic.That remark was preceded by another in which he said he thought he got in trouble in the fifth inning because he threw too many fastballs. He loaded the bases with two outs.“I am a breaking ball pitcher,” he said clearly through his interpreter.There’s no controversy with his manager, who said the pitcher’s coaches are not his critics.“He knows Darvish better than any of us or any of you guys,” said Ron Washington. “If he feels that like that, I’m along with him.”No derby for Cruz?Right fielder Nelson Cruz said he would love to compete in the All-Star Home Run Derby but was leaning toward saying no if AL captain Robinson Cano asked.“I think the team needs me to rest more than to go out there and try to hit homers,” Cruz said. “So I think I’m going to stay back.”Of Tanner Scheppers, a candidate for the game as a fans’ choice, Ron Washington said he’s passionately neutral. Scheppers is one of those guys who could use the break to rest up from a heavy first-half workload.“I’d like to see all my guys get rest,” Washington said. “But it’s a privilege to make any All-Star team. If he makes it, I’m very happy for him. And if he doesn’t make it, I’m happy for him.”Briefly• Fans who vote for Tanner Scheppers (#TakeTanner) will be entered up to 25 times (per vote) in a sweepstakes drawing for one of five prizes offered by the team to encourage voting. The prizes include: The winner and a guest sitting with Nolan Ryan for two innings of a future game; a ride around the warning track in the Boomstick before a game; a photo in Ron Washington’s game seat and a chance to watch batting practice on the field; a half-inning sit-in with Chuck Morgan, the team’s public address announcer; a chance to hold the finish-line ribbon of the Texas Legends race.• The next step for Colby Lewis’ rehab from elbow surgery will be throwing live batting practice Tuesday in Baltimore.• Craig Gentry (nondisplaced fracture, left hand) plans to take batting practice in Baltimore and be cleared for a rehab assignment beginning next week.• The Rangers and Diamondbacks will make up their May 29 rainout with a game at 6:05 p.m. Aug. 1 in Arlington.