Texas Rangers Injury Updates


ARLINGTON, TX — There is no shortage in injury news for the Texas Rangers this season. The Texas Rangers have already used the disabled list a MLB-high 17 times this season. Yet, there are a few players that are not on the DL and are listed as day-to-day. But don’t worry Rangers fans there is some bright news just beyond the horizon.

First, let me update you on those who are not on the DL but have missed a few games.

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  • Shin-Soo Choo has missed 5 games and rotated between left field and DH since suffering a left ankle sprain in Oakland on April 21st. The injury does not appear to be serious as the Rangers have indicated Choo will play through the soreness.

    Michael Choice was slated to play at LF in Sunday’s game for Choo; however, Choice was a last minute scratch due to a bruised shin. Michael Choice suffered the bruised shin from a fouled pitch on May 29 during the Minnesota Twins game and is listed as day-to-day. Daniel Robertson actually played LF on Sunday despite having three small fractures in his left cheek bone he suffered from a collision with Alex Rios.

    Below is the complete list and most recent updates for the players on the disabled list. You’ll notice that some marquee players could possibly return very soon. Among them, Derek Holland, who wasn’t expected to return until after the All-Star break, but is now showing a possible return late this month. Another player to note is Jim Adduci who begins his rehab assignment with Frisco RoughRiders (AA) this evening.

    The Texas Rangers have moved Tanner Scheppers from Round Rock (AAA) to Frisco today and he is slated to pitch one inning this evening.

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    With all of the injuries the Texas Rangers are giving it their all and are one game above .500. I don’t know about y’all, but to me that is very impressive. I am definitely not counting the Texas Rangers out and neither should you. We have a lot of baseball left and with many players returning around the All-Star break, if not sooner, I feel they will keep winning and rising above .500!

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