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Adrian Beltre diagnosed with “minor” hamstring strain

Jun 3, 2013, 5:17 PM EDT

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Adrian Beltre exited Saturday’s game after injuring his hamstring running the bases and then sat out Sunday, but an MRI exam revealed what the Rangers are calling a “minor” strain for the third baseman.

Texas has today off and manager Ron Washington indicated to Todd Willis of ESPN Dallas that Beltre could be back in the lineup as soon as Tuesday.

Beltre played in all of the Rangers’ first 55 games before sitting out Sunday and is hitting .305 with 11 homers and an .872 OPS.

  1. grnthghs - Jun 3, 2013 at 11:47 PM

    Hamstrings are just dehydration problems. Drink three gallons of pure water per day and that will do it. Don’t listen to the stupid orthodox trainers who know nothing about anything. They will say drink your idiotic gaterade and make the sponsors happy, but it will land you on the DL. Gaterade is not hydration it is poison.

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