Adrian Beltre, right, walks to the dugout with Rangers’ head trainer Kevin Harmon straining his left hamstring during the seventh inning Thursday afternoon at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. Joey Gallo, center, and Elvis Andrus watch them walk to the dugout.
Adrian Beltre, right, walks to the dugout with Rangers’ head trainer Kevin Harmon straining his left hamstring during the seventh inning Thursday afternoon at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. Joey Gallo, center, and Elvis Andrus watch them walk to the dugout. Steve Nesius photo@star-telegram.com
Adrian Beltre, right, walks to the dugout with Rangers’ head trainer Kevin Harmon straining his left hamstring during the seventh inning Thursday afternoon at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. Joey Gallo, center, and Elvis Andrus watch them walk to the dugout. Steve Nesius photo@star-telegram.com

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