John Paul II grad Jose Trevino turning heads during stint with Texas Rangers

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John Paul II grad Jose Trevino turning heads during stint with Texas Rangers
John Paul II grad Jose Trevino turning heads during stint with Texas Rangers

The Houston Astros became the sixth team in MLB history with three straight 100-win seasons as Gerrit Cole recorded his 300th strikeout of the season. HOUSTON — It has been roughly six weeks since Jose Trevino was called up for what he hopes is the beginning of a permanent major league assignment. After the Rangers released Tim Fedorowicz, Trevino was to split time with Jeff Mathis and was expected to stay with the Texas for the duration of 2019. Now that Mathis is likely out for the year with a back injury, Trevino will be the Rangers' primary catcher for the last two weeks of the season. This week the John Paul II graduate started both games for the Rangers a few hours from his hometown at

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