Adrian Beltré's return from the disabled list was short-lived after the Texas Rangers striker suffered another thigh injury.
The Rangers (16-26) activated Beltre from the 10-day Disabled List before the May 8 game, the Detroit Tigers, after missing two weeks with a hamstring torn ligament in his left thigh.
Beltre aggravated the injury on Sunday at the loss of Houston Astros' MLB World Series champion and was re-inducted into the disabled list on Tuesday -years old in the seventh inning after recording his third mistake in five games since his activation.
"Rough, because I did not feel a backlash, I did not feel the hamstring at all," Beltre said. "I tried to protect it all the time because I knew it would take me a bit longer, try not to run a game … Disappointed of course, but nothing I can do now.
Obviously, if you aggravate a previous injury [it’s frustrating] "Ranger manager Jeff Banister said." With Adrian he was in these situations before. He manages her well.
The four-time All-Star and Silver Slugger went on the plate for injury before beating and hit .314 this season in 29 games this season.