He will make his season debut Tuesday in Kansas City.
Holland did some fielding drills and threw a bullpen session prior to Saturday's game.
"I got to work on it," Holland said in regards to his fielding. "Just because I'm [with the big club] doesn't mean I can't stop doing anything. Once the season ends, it's back to square one. Yeah, I feel great, no issues at all."
To make room on the 40-man roster for Holland, the Rangers designated 1B/outfielder Mike Carp for assignment.
Saturday's starter, Robbie Ross Jr., was called up from Triple-A Round Rock to replace Miles Mikolas (shoulder fatigue). To clear space for Ross on the roster, the team optioned right-handed starter Nick Tepesch to Round Rock.
Tepesch may return to the Rangers next week and still take his regularly scheduled start Wednesday when the rosters expand.