Jeter has returned to Arizona after his stint in Boston, with the Angels looking to bounce back from their 5-1 loss in the ALDS.
Jeter has thrown just three innings and allowed four hits, three runs, one walk and a hit batter.
He did not walk anyone.
Angels reliever Josh Edgin was credited with the only run he faced.
The Angels scored two runs in the fourth inning and had to settle for a run when Chris Davis singled to center.
The Rangers got a two-run single by David Murphy in the sixth, but the Angels tied it in the seventh.
Jeters fastball is his third of the season and he was one of two Angels pitchers to give up one run.
He struck out six and walked none in six innings.