Colby Lewis is ready to rejoin the Rangers rotation on Monday after 21 months and two operations, including an unprecedented hip procedure for an MLB pitcher.
Colby Lewis threw five scoreless innings for the Rangers in a 5-3 win over the Mariners on Wednesday. Lewis gave up five hits, struck out three and walked one.
Texas right-hander Colby Lewis failed to get out of the first inning in his first start since having hip surgery in August, and the Rangers lost 6-5 to the Cleveland Indians on Monday.
The Rangers’ 2012 opening day starter had hip resurfacing surgery last August, but says he feels “no pain” in his recovery.
Colby Lewis has been down this road before. He has come back from rotator cuff and elbow surgeries. This time, he’s trying to make the Rangers after an operation on his hip.
Texas Rangers pitcher Colby Lewis joined 105.3 The Fan’s GBag Nation and sounds like he’s healthy and ready to be in the Rangers starting rotation. Listen to the podcast for more.
After failing to pitch for the Rangers in 2013, right-hander Colby Lewis is set to give it another shot in Arlington.
The right-hander, who hasn’t thrown a baseball in more than seven weeks, didn’t hesitate to accept the invitation from team CEO & President Nolan Ryan.
Texas Rangers pitcher Colby Lewis will have season ending surgery according to a report from the Rangers.
The Rangers will have to wait longer to get back right-hander Colby Lewis and second baseman Ian Kinsler. Both players have lingering injuries preventing them from taking the field.
Texas Rangers right-hander Colby Lewis says he isn’t ready to get big league hitters out, and isn’t sure when he will be.
It was Texas’ first trip to Oakland since being swept in the final three games of the 2012 regular season and coughing up the AL West title to the surprising A’s.