Rangers’ Hamil­ton out for four weeks

Los Angeles Times - - SPORTS -

Josh Hamil­ton will be out four weeks be­cause of a strained left ham­string, an in­jury that side­lined him only seven games into his re­turn to the Texas Rangers.

The Rangers slug­ger missed the last two games while get­ting treat­ment for an in­jury that he says was prob­a­bly ag­gra­vated when he had a game-win­ning dou­ble as a pinch-hit­ter Sun­day. Hamil­ton said he felt nag­ging groin and ham­string is­sues while on mi­nor league re­hab as­sign­ments be­fore re­turn­ing to the ma­jors.

Mariners get Trumbo

The Seat­tle Mariners ac­quired Mark Trumbo and left-handed pitcher Vi­dal Nuno from the Ari­zona Di­a­mond­backs as part of a six­player trade. The Di­a­mond­backs got backup catcher Welling­ton Castillo, right-handed pitcher Do­minic Leone and two mi­nor league prospects in re­turn.

Etc.

Chicago Cubs right fielder Jorge Soler was placed on the 15day dis­abled list be­cause of a left an­kle in­jury. . . . Colorado Rock­ies pitcher Jor­dan Lyles will un­dergo sea­son-end­ing surgery next week to fix a torn lig­a­ment in his left big toe. . . . The Bos­ton Red Sox ac­quired out­fielder Ale­jan­dro De Aza and cash con­sid­er­a­tions from the Bal­ti­more Ori­oles for mi­nor league right-han­der Joe Gunkel.

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