Rangers activate Hamels to start against Indians
- Author: Annette Adams Jun 29, 2017,
Jun 29, 2017, 7:26
Adrian Beltre contributed a three-run shot of his own, but things took a nasty turn after that. "It's a genuine concern for not me, but the whole staff and the team, as well". Bauer is averaging a career-high 10.3 strikeouts per nine innings this year, up by 2.3 over last year, but he also is averaging a career-high 9.4 hits per nine innings. He suffered a pulmonary embolism on each side of his lungs in 2002 and left a game with chest pains a year ago. "He's done it quite a few times".
What you need to know: After losing their first seven one-run games on the road this season, the Rangers have now won consecutive one-run road games.
"Clevinger was keeping us off balance, but Chirinos was able to get the big hit", Banister said.
Francona experienced some chest pains and had an elevated heart rate that caused him to leave a game early last season.
Dodgers starter Rich Hill (4-4) gave up three runs and four hits in seven innings, striking out seven and walking two. "I just tried to change speeds and stay out of the middle of the plate".
Chisenhall followed the stolen base with an RBI single to center field, but the rally short-circuited when first baseman Carlos Santana grounded into a 4-6-3 double play and center fielder Bradley Zimmer flied out to his counterpart to end the threat. He retired his last 12 hitters. As for Bauer, He was good in Minnesota (7.0 innings; two earned) but a little shaky at home against the Twins (6.2 innings; four earned; eight hits).
Ross is coming from Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Surgery in October.
-The Washington Nationals and veteran right-hander Francisco Rodriguez have agreed to a minor league deal, according to published reports.
Bench coach Gary DiSarcina managed the Red Sox with John Farrell serving a one-game suspension handed down by Major League Baseball.
Brantley, playing for the first time since June 14, was 1 for 4 with a strikeout.
Danny Salazar, on the 10-day disabled list with a sore right shoulder, threw a simulated game at Double-A Akron on Monday. It pushed the Rangers back above.500 to 39-38.
Elvis Andrus was hitless in four at-bats, marking only the second time in 33 career games at Progressive Field that he hasn't gotten a hit.
The Indians will send Trevor Bauer (6-6, 5.53) to the mound Wednesday night to face the Rangers.