Rapid Reaction: Athletics 10, Rangers 0

OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Texas Rangers suffered a 10-0 loss to the Oakland Athletics in the third game of their four-game series Wednesday night at the O.co Coliseum and fell to 1-2.

How it happened: The A's jumped on Rangers left-hander Ross Detwiler for five runs in the bottom of the third inning and kept rolling. Texas had no answer for A's left-hander Scott Kazmir, who gave up just one hit and no runs over seven innings. Kazmir struck out 10 and walked two. Center fielder Leonys Martin had the Rangers' only hit off Kazmir, a leadoff drag bunt in the first inning. Two nights after getting just one hit in an 8-0 loss to the A's and right-hander Sonny Gray, the Rangers had three hits, only first baseman Prince Fielder's ninth-inning double leaving the infield.

Rough debut: Detwiler, who was acquired from Washington in an offseason trade, made his Rangers debut and first start since July 3, 2013, with the Nationals. Detwiler gave up eight runs, five earned, on nine hits. He struck out two and walked two. Last year Detwiler made 47 relief appearances and no starts for Washington.

Welcome to the big leagues: Rangers right-hander Logan Verrett and outfielder Delino DeShields Jr. made their major league debuts. Verrett relieved Detwiler with one out in the fifth and allowed two runs on four hits over 2 2/3 innings. He struck out two and walked one. DeShields replaced Martin in center field in the bottom of the seventh inning. He had an infield single in the eighth inning, his first major league hit.

Sloppy defense: The Rangers committed four errors, two by shortstop Elvis Andrus, one by third baseman Adam Rosales and one by Fielder. Andrus made two errant throws, Rosales dropped a throw on a force play at third, and Fielder fell awkwardly while trying to catch a popup that hit the grass in foul territory down the right-field line.

Up next: Rangers right-hander Nick Martinez will make his 2015 debut Thursday afternoon against Oakland in the finale of their four-game series. Martinez went 1-1 with a 2.53 ERA in four games, including three starts, against the A's as a rookie last season.