Rodriguez won 10 of his 13 Gold Gloves during 11 seasons with the Rangers from 1991-2002. He also carried a powerful bat, hitting over .300 his last eight seasons with the Rangers and finishing his first Texas stint with 215 home runs.
The 14-time All-Star hit his 300th home run while with the Astros in May. He takes a .299 career batting average into Wednesday night's game. He's the backup to Taylor Teagarden.