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Topic - Matt Treanor
AL West-leading Texas made a pair of trades Wednesday to strengthen its roster for the stretch run, acquiring reliever Mike Gonzalez and bringing back catcher Matt Treanor.
Catcher Matt Treanor of the Kansas City Royals left the game after he was hit in the head in a plate collision with the Indians' Matt LaPorta.
Kansas City catcher Matt Treanor and manager Ned Yost have been ejected for arguing balls and strikes in the seventh inning of the Royals' game against the St. Louis Cardinals.
Matt Treanor's solid season for the Texas Rangers earned him an $850,000, one-year contract.
"We're not going to be intimidated by anybody," Treanor said. "If we go out and play our game every day, we're going to have a lot of wins."
"The guys here know they can play at this level," said catcher Matt Treanor, who came over from Texas in the final days of spring training and brings valuable World Series experience to a fuzzy-cheeked clubhouse. "Young guys know they can pitch and compete and the guys who have been around a little bit help them feel comfortable at this level."