Rangers may be without reliever Adams for playoffs
ARLINGTON, Texas -- The AL West-leading Texas Rangers will be without reliever Mike Adams for the rest of the regular season, and have to wait and see if their primary eighth-inning setup man can pitch in the playoffs.
Adams, who gave up three home runs in a span of five batters in his last outing, said Sunday that he has been diagnosed with a case of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. That is when a bone in the upper body presses against a nerve, causing numbness and tingling in the fingers.
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