Found July 13, 2013 on
MLB Injury News:
Texas Rangers right-hander Justin Grimm was removed from
last night’s contest in the fourth inning after experiencing tightness in his
forearm. The Rangers said after the game that the move was precautionary, as
they don’t expect the ailment to be serious, according to T.R. Sullivan of
Grimm would have been a candidate for an early exit
regardless of injury, as he surrendered seven runs to the Detroit Tigers in
only 3 1/3 innings. Whatever the case, the right-hander was discouraged by the
outing, but he said he’s hoping to be able to make his next start after the
"Discouraging? Yeah," Grimm said. "I try to
take care of myself as best I can and do all my work between starts. I take
pride in staying healthy and going out there every fifth day. This is not what
the team needs, especially with what we're going through. Hopefully, I can get
back out there as quick as I can."
Grimm’s ugly outing included seven runs on a whopping 10
hits and two walks with three strikeouts. He threw 70 pitches on his way to
raising his ERA to 6.37 on the season.
Grimm joins the extensive list of ailing Rangers’ pitchers.
The team already has starters Colby Lewis, Nick Tepesch, Alexi Ogando, Yu Darvish, Matt Harrison and Neftali Feliz on the DL with injuries of their own.
Looking for fantasy baseball advice?
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Texas starter Justin Grimm has left Friday night's game against the Detroit Tigers with right forearm soreness.
Grimm allowed seven runs in the first two innings but was still in the game in the fourth when Miguel Cabrera singled with one out. The rookie right-hander threw one pitch to Prince Fielder and appeared to grimace, and after a brief conference on the mound, Joseph...
Getting healthy is key to a Rangers team that went from two straight World Series appearances to an early Wild Card round exit last year, and now it looks like outfielder Craig Gentry and infielder Jeff Baker will be off the disabled list soon after the All-Star break according to T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com.
Gentry, who is sidelined with a fractured left hand, has been taking batting...
The Texas Rangers have already sent right-hander Colby Lewis
out on rehab assignment twice this season. Neither stint in the minors ended
with an activation from the disabled list. Instead, Lewis was shut down each
time after experiencing inflammation in his elbow and triceps. Texas is hoping
the third time proves to be the charm, as Lewis is once again ready to return
Manny Ramirez keeps inching his way toward a major-league return.
Ramirez jacked a go-ahead, solo homer for Triple-A Round Rock on Friday, and he now has two home runs over his first six games with the Rangers' minor-league affiliate.
The Rangers signed Ramirez, who tore it up in Taiwan earlier this year, to a minor-league contract without any real expectations. The thought...
It didn’t take long for Manny Ramirez to be tested.
According to Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News, Ramirez and his Triple-A Round Rock teammates were given drug tests in Manny’s first week with the club.
No results from the drug tests have been announced, but results would only be made public if a player tested positive for a banned substance. With that in mind, it appears...
The Texas Rangers recently placed starting pitcher Yu Darvish on the disabled list with a strained shoulder. While there was concern
that the injury could keep the right-hander out for an extended stretch, test
results showed nothing out of the ordinary in his injured right trapezius
muscle. The Rangers have said that Darvish is dealing with simple fatigue in
his shoulder and...
When the Texas Rangers signed Manny Ramirez to a minor league contract half the baseball loving world laughed while the other half called it a savvy move. So far--after six games--it is starting to appear as if the latter half is going to be right.
Manny was killing it in Taiwan earlier this year before leaving that team for a shot at getting back in the Big League. Texas...
Ross Wolf did his part, limiting the Baltimore Orioles to just three hits over six innings.
Unfortunately for the Texas Rangers, their offense couldn't back up his noteworthy performance in a 3-1 defeat Thursday night.
Texas couldn't have asked for much more from Wolf, who got the start after Yu Darvish was placed on the 15-day disabled list with an upper back strain. Wolf...
It didn't take long for Manny Ramirez to be tested.
According to Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News, Ramirez and his Triple-A Round Rock teammates were given drug tests in Manny's first week with the club. No results from the drug tests have been announced, but results would only be made public if a player tested positive for a banned substance.
With that in mind, it...
Via the Rays communications department: Tampa Bay Rays left-hander Matt Moore has been named by 2013 American League All-Star manager Jim Leyland to replace Texas Rangers right-hander Yu Darvish on the A.L.’s active roster for the 84th All-Star Game, Major League Baseball announced today. Moore, who picked up the victory in a 4-3 win over the Minnesota Twins earlier this afternoon...
BALTIMORE (AP) -- Chris Davis hit his major league-leading 34th homer to back a dominating pitching performance by Miguel Gonzalez, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Texas Rangers 3-1 Thursday night to earn a split of the four-game series.Davis snapped an 0-for-17 skid and reached career highs in homers and RBIs (86) with a second-inning solo shot off Ross Wolf (1-2). His 34 home...
DETROIT (AP) -- Jhonny Peralta's two-run double highlighted a five-run first inning for the Detroit Tigers, who went on to a 7-2 victory over the Texas Rangers on Friday night.
The Tigers scored four runs before making an out when their first six hitters reached base off Texas rookie Justin Grimm (7-7). Doug Fister (7-5) allowed two runs in the fourth but was otherwise sharp...
DETROIT (AP) -- Justin Verlander held Texas hitless until the seventh inning, and the Detroit Tigers backed their ace with three home runs in a 5-0 victory over the Rangers on Sunday.
Mitch Moreland's two-out double to right-center broke up Verlander's bid for his third career no-hitter. Verlander (10-6) left the game after the seventh with a tight right quad muscle, having...
I don’t remember ever being this relieved to see the All-Star Break. Although I probably say that every year, this year I really mean it. Between the injuries and the fatigue that seems to have infected the remaining players lately, I’m ready for my boys to have a break. I need one too.
The Rangers were nearly no-hit today in Detroit. Not really a surprising statement,...
Max Scherzer's unbeaten run ended Saturday night when the Texas Rangers tagged the Detroit All-Star with his first loss of the season, defeating the Tigers 7-1.
Scherzer (13-1) was trying to become the first pitcher in the majors to start 14-0 since Roger Clemens in 1986. He allowed four runs and eight hits in six innings, walking two and striking out six.
It was Scherzer&...