Tampa Bay lefty Matt Moore will miss the remainder of the season after opting to have elbow-ligament replacement surgery.
Moore, 24, who made the American League all-star team last year, is the first Rays pitcher to undergo Tommy John surgery since Jason Isringhausen in June 2009.
Things were already unraveling in the sixth inning for the host Rangers before the overturned call that gave Seattle yet another run. That didn't diminish manager Ron Washington's feelings about the replay reversal in a 7-1 loss to the Mariners on Monday night.
"There's no perfection in the game of baseball. Even in review, there's no perfection," Washington said. "We've got to work through it, but that don't mean you have to agree with what goes on."
And Washington let crew chief Ted Barrett know his feelings, only to be ejected because mannagers aren't allowed to argue replay rulings.
Rex Brothers has been in tough spots before, but it's likely the Rockies pitcher never lost a game like the one with San Diego on Monday night.
The Padres scored two runs in the eighth inning on Brothers' wild pitch and catcher Edwin Rosario's errant throw back to the plate for a 5-4 win over Colorado.
"I can't remember the last time I saw a wild pitch produce two runs," Padres manager Bud Black said.
Marking the 67th anniversary of the day Jackie Robinson broke baseball's color barrier, Tuesday was the first time since Robinson's number was retired by Bud Selig in 1997 on the 50th anniversary of the big-league debut of the Brooklyn Dodgers first baseman that no major-league player had No. 42 as his regular number.
Players using the number were grandfathered at the time of Selig's announcement, and the last to use No. 42 was Yankees reliever Mariano Rivera, who retired at the end of last season.