The Rangers (16-26) activated Beltre from the 10-day disabled listing forward of Might eight’s recreation in opposition to the Detroit Tigers after he missed two weeks with a left hamstring pressure.
Beltre re-aggravated the damage throughout Sunday’s loss to MLB World Collection champions the Houston Astros and was positioned again on the disabled listing on Tuesday.
The 39-year-old exited within the seventh inning after recording his third error in 5 video games since being activated.
“Tough, as a result of I did not really feel any setback. I did not really feel the hamstring in any respect,” Beltre mentioned. “I used to be making an attempt to guard it the entire time, as a result of I knew it could take me a bit longer. Tried to not run arduous any play. … Disillusioned, clearly, however nothing I can do now.
Beltre – a Gold Glove third baseman – fielded a grounder however tried to beat Astros runner Yuli Gurriel to 3rd base for a drive out as a substitute of throwing to first. He misplaced the race and got here away from the play with an apparent limp.
“Clearly, if you worsen a earlier damage [it’s frustrating]” Rangers supervisor Jeff Banister mentioned. “With Adrian, he has been in these conditions earlier than. He manages them properly.”
The four-time All-Star and Silver Slugger went one for 2 on the plate earlier than the damage and is batting .314 this season in 29 video games.