TAMPA BAY (105.3 The Fan) – Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre has left Wednesday’s game with a strained left hamstring, the club announced. He’ll have an MRI on Friday.

Beltre fielded a ground ball off the bat of Astros infielder J.D. Davis and came up lame without attempting to throw him out at first base.

The club’s trainer Jamie Reed and manager Jeff Banister came out to check on Beltre, however, he immediately pulled himself from the game.

Beltre gingerly walked off the field, favoring his left leg.

Beltre missed the first 51 games of the season with a right calf injury.

This is a developing news story.