ARLINGTON (AP) — Texas Rangers center fielder Delino DeShields is expected to miss four to six weeks after breaking a bone in his left hand while taking a swing.

The Rangers put DeShields on the 10-day disabled list Saturday, a day after he hurt his hamate bone against Houston. DeShields was injured in the seventh inning, but stayed in the game.

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DeShields was scheduled to be examined further on Saturday. He was 1 for 7 after two games.

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To take DeShields’ roster spot, Texas recalled right-hander Nick Gardewine from Triple-A Round Rock for Saturday’s game against the Astros. Rule 5 draft pick Carlos Tocci was in the Rangers’ lineup in center field, batting ninth in his major league debut.

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