Robinson Chirinos out of Rangers' lineup against Astros
Texas Rangers catcher Robinson Chirinos is not starting on Wednesday against the Houston Astros.
Brett Nicholas will catch right-hander Nick Martinez and bat eighth versus Astros righty Justin Verlander on Wednesday while Chirinos grabs a seat on the Rangers' bench.
Chirinos is averaging 9.8 FanDuel points per game this season (88 games) while slashing .255/.360/.506 with 17 home runs, 38 RBI, and 46 runs scored across 309 plate appearances.
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