The Rangers spent only a few minutes on the field Monday.
They were significant nonetheless.
Before news broke that Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs had passed away, resulting in the postponement of Monday's game between the Rangers and Angels, infield coach Tony Beasley and Willie Calhoun spent nearly 20 minutes on a detailed instruction at second base.
It's the first time Calhoun has worked at second base since he was injured in mid-May. And it won't be the last.
"It's something we still want to keep going," Beasley said. "But I just want to start from scratch. We will see where it's at. But he's got a different body now; he's a different athlete. I want to work with him a little bit every day there. I want to make it part of his routine."