Houston Astros aid pitcher Ryne Stanek was carted off the sector with an obvious proper ankle harm within the backside of the ninth inning of Monday’s 13-6 victory over the Texas Rangers.
The Astros confirmed after the sport Stanek was being evaluated for a proper ankle harm.
Stanek went to cowl first on Leody Taveras’ infield single. He stepped on the bottom as he caught the toss from Jose Abreu and instantly fell to the bottom and grabbed on the ankle.
Group trainers attended to him for a couple of minutes earlier than the cart was introduced out. Stanek, 32, hopped to the cart, ensuring his proper foot stayed above the bottom.
Stanek allowed a homer to Josh Smith to start out the ninth. He’s 3-1 with a 4.07 ERA in 53 appearances this season.
—Discipline Stage Media