ARLINGTON, Texas -- Give Adams Rosales credit for thinking ahead.
After the infielder was picked up by the Texas Rangers on waivers from Oakland Aug. 2, he had his car sent to Texas.
Of course was hoping at the time that move would be his last transaction of the season. Instead it was just the second for him in a week's span.
But it's all worked out now for Rosales, who was officially added to the Texas roster Tuesday as the Rangers sent infielder Engel Beltre to Round Rock to make room for Rosales.
It's his second stint with the Rangers this month as he was put on waivers by the Rangers after he was in uniform but didn't play in three games against the Athletics. He was then claimed by Oakland but played in just one game before getting designated for assignment again. The Rangers picked him up once again Monday and made the move official Tuesday.
"It's been a whirlwind," said Rosales, who had been with Oakland since 2010. "I feel like a ping-...