In big league baseball, when it’s your turn, it’s your turn.

For Jose Trevino, his time was Friday night. The Texas Rangers called Trevino up from its Double-A affiliate in Frisco Friday after starting catcher Robinson Chirinos was suspended for one game for an altercation with Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp Wednesday.

Trevino was in the Rangers’ lineup in Arlington Friday night against Colorado as a designated hitter. He entered the game as a pinch-hitter for Carlos Perez was starting at catcher for Chirinos. However, Trevino made his debut at catcher for the Rangers in the second inning after Perez left the game with a sprained ankle.

The Rangers lost to the Rockies, 9-5. Trevino finished the game, 0-4. He grounded out three times and struck out once.

Perez is expected to be evaluated, and Chirinos is expected to be back Saturday.

Trevino is batting .233 with three home runs and 16 RBIs through his first 45 games with Frisco, the Double-A affiliate of the Rangers. Defensively, the two-time Gold Glove winner has made just one error and thrown out 14-of-43 base stealers. He was added to the Rangers 40-man roster in November.