Rangers activated LHP Martin Perez from the 15-day disabled list; optioned him to Double-A Frisco.
Rangers manager Ron Washington said Martin Perez (forearm) is not guaranteed a spot in the rotation once he's healthy.
Martin Perez (forearm) will begin a rehab assignment on Monday at Double-A Frisco.
Martin Perez (forearm) is scheduled to throw three innings Wednesday in an extended spring training game.
Martin Perez (forearm) is scheduled to throw two innings in an extended spring game on Saturday.
Martin Perez (forearm) is expected to throw a bullpen session within 7-10 days.
Rangers placed LHP Martin Perez on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to March 22, with a fractured left forearm.
Martin Perez has been fitted with a temporary splint and not the traditional plaster arm cast.
CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports Martin Perez suffered a fractured left forearm in Sunday's Cactus League game and will be shut down for the next four weeks.
Martin Perez left Sunday's Cactus League game with a left wrist injury.
Martin Perez struck out two over two scoreless innings Monday against the Rockies.
Rangers pitching coach Mike Maddux has indicated that Martin Perez, Robbie Ross and Justin Grimm will all be given the opportunity to compete for the fifth spot in the Rangers rotation.
Martin Perez lost to the A's after giving up four runs in four innings on Monday.
Rangers manager Ron Washington said Martin Perez is still scheduled to start Monday in Oakland.