"It'll come. I've only had 160 at-bats, a lot of infrequent at-bats," said Choice, 25, who hit .290 in the Minor Leagues with a .376 on-base percentage. "Every night, I'm facing pitchers I've never faced before."
Choice's 27 RBIs are third on the Rangers, behind Adrian Beltre (35) and Alex Rios (33). Choice's eight homers match Beltre for the team lead.
"The fact he's hitting a few home runs, getting some key hits and RBIs, I'm going to continue to give him an opportunity to figure out what he is at the Major League level," manager Ron Washington said. "He's being productive. Not much of an average, but producing pretty good.
"He's not supposed to be that kind of [low-average] hitter."
Earl Bloom is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.