The Texas Rangers had seen enough of veteran first baseman Carlos Pena, one of the many faces the Rangers have used at first base this year after season-ending injuries to both Prince Fielder and Mitch Moreland.
Pena was released from Triple-A Round Rock after hitting .297 with four home runs and eight RBIs in 20 games, clearly signaling the end of the veteran former all-star slugger's career. The Rangers used Pena after Mitch Moreland's season-ending injury, and he managed just eight hits in his 59 at-bats over 18 games. He had one home run and two RBIs in that time.
Pena was designated for assignment by the Rangers and accepted his outright assignment to Triple-A, but now he's searching for work and hoping some other team will possibly give him a look as a possible bench bat.