Josh Hamilton was released from an area hospital on Saturday morning, spending the night there with an intestinal virus.
Hamilton stayed at home, and will workout on Sunday at Rangers Ballpark. He is expected to be in the lineup when the Rangers open a three-game series at San Diego on Monday.
Here are other notes from Saturday:
* The Rangers needed a spot on their 25-man roster for tonight's starter Justin Grimm, and reliever Yoshinori Tateyama has options remaining. Therefore, the Rangers optioned the right-hander to Triple A Round Rock, and manager Ron Washington called it "a procedural move." Tateyama went 1-0 with an 11.88 ERA over seven relief appearances since being recalled on May 21.
As expected, the Rangers transferred Neftali Feliz from the 15-day to the 60-day disabled list to clear a spot on the 40-man roster for Grimm.
* With the Tateyama gone, the Rangers have a six-man bullpen. Ron Washington would prefer a seven-man bullpen, of course, but feels the team is in good enough shape after Yu Darvish's eight-inning start on Friday. Washington didn't want to limit his bench, either, which made Tateyama the choice.
* The Rangers' pitchers took batting practice in preparation for their upcoming trip to San Diego. Ron Washington said Colby Lewis is the team's best-hitting pitcher, and Scott Feldman has the most power potential.
-- Drew Davison