Adrian Beltre is out for Game 2, and possibly longer, but it's not the end of the world for the Rangers.
Delino DeShields has been nursing a sore knee for a bit now, and on Sunday he was given a day off before Monday's team off-day to prepare him for the pivotal stretch run.
Josh Hamilton is already feeling better and hoping to be able to pinch-hit for the AL West-leading Texas Rangers by the end of the weekend.
Delino DeShields left Monday's game with a "minor" knee sprain, but it's still a major concern.
The former MVP will come off the DL, but likely only as a pinch-hitter or DH.
Rougned Odor left Tuesday's game after taking a liner off his right middle finger that took his fingernail and left a bloody mess.
Leonys Martin isn't having a very good month.
Josh Hamilton is dealing with another nagging problem and was scratched from the lineup prior to Wednesday's game.
Josh Hamilton had an RBI double on Wednesday and appeared to be moving pretty well, and the oft-injured outfielder said he's feeling better.
Josh Hamilton is dealing with a minor groin issue, but Jon Daniels hopes he can be 100 percent after the all-star break.
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