Catcher Robinson Chirinos sprained his left ankle in Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay. He’s missed the first two games against the Marlins but the Rangers expect him to be available Friday against the Orioles.
Catcher Robinson Chirinos sprained his left ankle in Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay. He’s missed the first two games against the Marlins but the Rangers expect him to be available Friday against the Orioles. Steve Nesius AP
Catcher Robinson Chirinos sprained his left ankle in Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay. He’s missed the first two games against the Marlins but the Rangers expect him to be available Friday against the Orioles. Steve Nesius AP

Robinson Chirinos’ ankle improved but Rangers waiting until Friday

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