TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays added depth at catcher for the stretch run by re-acquiring veteran switch-hitter Dioner Navarro from the Chicago White Sox on Friday.

The Blue Jays sent minor league left-hander Colton Turner to Chicago in the waiver deal. Navarro is likely to be the backup in Toronto behind Russell Martin.

Navarro was texting with a Toronto player when White Sox General Manager Rick Hahn interrupted to tell him of the trade.

“The player was asking him if he had heard anything about them possibly going after him again. When I was explaining to him he had been traded he started typing in, ‘Yeah, I just heard something,”‘ Hahn said.

The 32-year-old Navarro spent two seasons with Toronto before signing a one-year, $4 million deal with the White Sox as a free agent in December. He has struggled this season, hitting .210 with six homers and 32 RBI in 85 games.

RANGERS: Reliever Jeremy Jeffress, twice suspended in the minors for violating drug rules, was away from the team Friday following his overnight arrest in Dallas on a drunken driving charge.

The club placed Jeffress on the restricted list before a game against Cleveland, but General Manager Jon Daniels said he expected the former Milwaukee closer acquired in a trade Aug. 1 to be back with the team Saturday.

Daniels said the team was exploring the matter while Dallas police and Major League Baseball also conducted investigations.

A Dallas police spokesman said an officer made a traffic stop at 2:24 a.m. Friday and arrested the 28-year-old Jeffress after “detecting a sign of intoxication.”

Online records for the Dallas County jail show he was booked around 5:15 a.m. on a driving while intoxicated charge and that he was released on $500 bond.

METS: Trying to make a push in the crowded NL playoff race, the team plans to skip struggling right-hander Jacob deGrom the next time through the rotation.

The Mets say they haven’t decided who will start in his place Monday night against Miami, another club in the wild-card hunt.