Ross Ohlendorf (groin) exits after 2 IP

SURPRISE, Ariz. -- Ross Ohlendorf exited after two innings with right groin tightness, Texas' fifth starting pitcher injured in spring training, and the Rangers beat a Milwaukee Brewers split squad 12-5 Sunday.

Ohlendorf joins Yu Darvish, Ross Detwiler and Anthony Ranaudo as departing starts prematurely with injuries. Derek Holland has been limited to one inning in a "B" game after experiencing a sore shoulder early in camp.

"I don't know when I'll be back," Ohlendorf said. "I'll be fine at some point soon. I hurt my groin just a little bit. It was real slight. I just felt like I would irritate it if I stayed in."

Ohlendorf, who spent all of last season on the disabled list, allowed one unearned run and one hit, while striking out four before feeling a twinge in his groin on his final pitch. He has nine strikeouts in four innings over his first two starts.

"I'm real happy with the way I'm throwing," Ohlendorf said.

The Rangers sent 10 men to the plate in a seven-run first, highlighted by Jake Smolinski's two-run triple. Mitch Moreland added a two-run single in the first and drove in another run with a third-inning single.

"I think all around it was a good day," Moreland said. "The first guy had trouble throwing strikes, so a lot of guys had some patient at-bats and we were able to scratch a few runs early and it kinda carried over throughout the game."