In the bottom of the first inning of a spring training game Sunday in Surprise, Ariz., Calhoun was facing a 1-1 count with two outs. Urias delivered a 95-mph fastball that struck Calhoun directly on the right side of his mouth.
Calhoun went down immediately and was attended to by Rangers trainer Matt Lucero. The 25-year-old outfielder appeared to suffer bleeding on the inside of his mouth but didn't lose consciousness.
The Dodgers selected Calhoun in the fourth round of the 2015 MLB Draft. The Rangers acquired him in the 2017 trade that sent pitcher Yu Darvish to Los Angeles.
Calhoun set career highs in home runs (21), RBIs (48) and batting average (.269) in 83 games for the Rangers last season.