"Good to go. A little sore, but he can do it," Rangers manger Ron Washington said. "He wanted to stay in the game, but I knew he didn't want to stay in the game, so I took it out of his hands. I thought it was best he come get the treatment right now and he could be good for today, and it worked."
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