ARLINGTON, TX (KLTV) - Rangers outfielder and first baseman Josh Hamilton has received some good news in regards to his left knee. After leaving spring training in Surprise, Arizona to have an MRI in Houston on Wednesday, the scan showed no structural damage.
Hamilton, who had his ACL repaired in that same knee last June, experienced a sharp pain and was worried at first the injury was major. The 35 year-old will ride a stationary bike the rest of this week and hopes to resume hitting and fielding by next Monday.
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