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March 14, 2012

Texas Rangers OF Josh Hamilton exits with 'jammed heel'

Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton left Wednesday's Cactus League game vs. the Colorado Rockies with what the team described as a "jammed right heel."

Hamilton injured the heel while chasing down a double to left-center hit by Rockies first baseman Todd Helton in the second inning. Hamilton finished the inning, but headed back to the clubhouse after it.

Hamilton was icing his heel, and the extent of the injury is unknown at this point.

Leonys Martin replaced Hamilton in leftfield.

-- Drew Davison


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