Ron Washington called it ugly.
The Texas Rangers had base-running miscues throughout the third inning on Saturday, and a potential big inning ended with a rare double play turned on an error by the Royals. Josh Hamilton wasn't too pleased and neither were base coaches Gary Pettis or Dave Anderson.
Washington, though, didn't ask any questions about it.
"That was a weird inning," Washington said. "You in the locker room as long as we're in the locker room, there ain't no kissing going on out there. Every now and then there's going to be a difference of opinion or differences in what happened. And as good of a group as we are, if we can't get past that, then we're not as good as we think we are. So we're past that."
Hamilton said he wasn't going to address the inning after the game.
Here are a few other pregame notes:
* Mark Lowe is scheduled to make another rehab appearance Monday with Triple A Round Rock. The plan is for Lowe to throw back-to-back days before rejoining the team, although that could change.
* Joe Nathan said he should be available in a save situation today.
* Ron Washington doesn't know who will catch Yu Darvish on Monday in Boston. If Mike Napoli makes it out of two straight games OK today, he will likely get the nod.
-- Drew Davison