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The Texas Rangers have placed right-hander Colby Lewis on the 15-day disabled list because of tendinitis in his forearm.
The move is retroactive to Sunday and the Rangers promoted left-handed prospect Martin Perez from Triple-A Round Rock to take Lewis' roster spot.
Lewis is 6-6 with a 3.51 ERA in 15 starts this season since making the team's Opening Day start. In his last outing, Lewis was raked for 12 hits and eight runs, seven of them earned, in just four innings.
The earliest Lewis will be eligible for reactivation is July 9, after the All-Star break.
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ARLINGTON, Texas The list of injured Texas Rangers starters has grown by one.
Texas put right-hander Colby Lewis on the 15-day disabled list with tendonitis in his right forearm. Scott Feldman will make the start for Lewis Thursday.
The Rangers have recalled left-hander Martin Perez to take his roster spot. The club hasnt decided on a starter for Saturdays game.
Lewis joins right...
The Texas Rangers placed starting pitcher Colby Lewis on the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday because of tendinitis in his right forearm. Lewis is one of four Rangers pitchers on the DL. The others are Derek Holland (elbow fatigue), Neftali Feliz (elbow inflammation), and Alexi Ogando (groin). Lewis is 6-6 with a 3.51 ERA this season. In his most recent start on Saturday, he gave...
ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Texas Rangers are recalling left-hander Martin Perez for tonight's game against Detroit.
The club will make a corresponding roster move before the game.
Perez, who is on the 40-man roster, is 5-5 with a 4.59 ERA in 15 starts for Round Rock. He's pitched well recently, winning is last two starts while allowing two runs in 16 innings.
ARLINGTON, Texas Just imagine how impressive Yu Darvish would be if it weren't for the first inning.
Darvish had another rough first inning Tuesday night against the Tigers, but overcame it to record his 10th win and his fourth game with 10 or more strikeouts. He's now tied with the Mets' R.A. Dickey for double-digit strikeout games.
With the 7-5 victory, the Japanese...
I think it’s safe to say that this is one of if not the most impressive display of skill in a sport in an event that didn’t even remotely matter. I mean when you take into account stuff like skills competitions in basketball or NFL combine type stuff, Josh Hamilton’s Home Run Derby of 2008 ranks at or near the top of my list of “stuff I had to watch.”
Although I really...
David Murphy went 4-for-5 with two home runs and matched his career high with five RBIs to make a winner out of Roy Oswalt in the Texas Rangers' 13-9 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday night.
Ian Kinsler added a two-run homer and Adrian Beltre had three hits and an RBI in support of Oswalt, who earned his second victory in as many starts with the Rangers by pitching...
A game in which Roy Oswalt goes six innings and David Murphy has four hits, including two home runs, sounds like an easy win, right?
Not so fast there.
No. My boys had to make it interesting again.
Roy Oswalt was decent tonight. Not great, but decent. He pitched six innings, allowing five runs on 13 hits. Yeah, that’s a lot of hits, Roy. You’re probably lucky the Tigers...
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Miguel Cabrera drove in three runs with a pair of doubles, Rick Porcello struck out seven in six innings and the Detroit Tigers beat the Texas Rangers 8-2 Monday night.
After their first 12 batters, the Tigers had already roughed up Rangers rookie right-hander Justin Grimm (1-1) for six runs and eight hits. They had only five runs and 15 hits while losing...
Remember last night when I said I was excited to watch Justin Grimm pitch?
I quickly changed my mind about that.
Poor Grimm. His debut was so lovely, but the Tigers are not the same as the Astros, apparently. Tonight, Grimm allowed five uns on seven hits in the first inning. Yep. It was looking ugly. I’m really not even sure why Ron Washington sent him back out there...
Are you a fan of witnessing baseball history? If so then start rooting against Casey Kotchman and Mike Napoli getting hits. That’s because Kotchman and Napoli would become the first players since 2002 to sandwich a season of hitting .300 between two seasons with sub-.250 batting averages. To date, 14 players have accomplished the feat:
36-37, 3rd place, 2 games behind CWS.
Rick P climbed the mound last night against the same team that battered him for the worst performance of his career eight weeks ago, and turned in his best performance of the year. He threw first pitch strikes to 19 out of 27 batters, and used the Texas heat to consistently threw his best sinker of the year down in the strike zone. Now, he still...
Unlike in Monday's wire-to-wire win, the Tigers could not make an early lead stand up, and they dropped a 7-5 decision. Continue reading →