Rangers activate Mitch Moreland
The Rangers have activated first baseman Mitch Moreland from the disabled list. Moreland hasn't played since June 19 because of a strained hamstring.
|The Rangers have their starting first baseman back. (Getty Images)|
Moreland, who's hitting .272/.326/.513 with 10 home runs this season, hasn't played since suffering a hamstring injury on June 19. In his absence, Ranger first baseman -- Michael Young, primarily -- have managed to hit just .264/.297/.355, so Moreland's return figures to be a boon to the struggling Texas offense.
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