Detroit, MI, USA; Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington (right) and the trainer check on third baseman Adrian Beltre (middle) after an apparent injury during the second inning against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

Adrian Beltre Leg Injury Not Serious

There was some concern when Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre appeared to injure his hamstring, but it turns out Beltre didn't actually injure his hamstring at all, and he's going to be fine.

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Adrian Beltre Hamstring Injury Not A Hamstring Injury At All

Like a few other Texas Rangers, Adrian Beltre is an outstanding player whose only real problem is staying on the field. Last season, Beltre missed several weeks with a strained left hamstring. Over the weekend, Beltre appeared to strain his left hamstring again, and so there was some concern that Beltre would be sidelined for a significant stretch.

Beltre pretty quickly denied that this new injury was serious. And now tests have revealed that the injury isn't even the injury people thought it was:

So Beltre doesn't have an injured hamstring. He has an injured almost-hamstring, and it isn't a big deal. He's not 100 percent, but he's nearly 100 percent and he'll be good to go again soon. There will always be worries about Beltre, since he's a critical and sometimes fragile player, but this time he and the Rangers have dodged a bullet (to the hamstring).

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