The injuries keep piling up for the Texas Rangers in spring training. Right-hander Anthony Ranaudo left Thursday’s game against the Chicago White Sox with an arm injury.    

Continue for updates. Ranaudo Dealing with ‘Arm Discomfort’

Thursday, March 12 

According to T.R. Sullivan of, Ranaudo was taken out after experiencing discomfort in his pitching arm:

Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram added that Ranaudo thinks the discomfort is normal and he expects to make his next start.

The Rangers acquired Ranaudo from the Boston Red Sox in January to give themselves some right-handed pitching depth. He made seven starts last year with the Red Sox, posting a 4.81 ERA with 16 walks and 15 strikeouts in 39.1 innings.   

With Yu Darvish and Derek Holland currently dealing with their own arm issues, the Rangers were already thin on the mound. Ranaudo may have been given a chance to make the rotation out of spring training if he put together a good camp, but this setback could change plans. 

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