Texas Rangers outfielder Carlos Gomez left Saturday's game against the New York Yankees after rolling his right ankle while attempting to run out of the batter's box, according to the team's executive vice president of communications, John Blake, who added that Gomez is undergoing further testing. Gomez, 31, has had a tough season. A hamstring injury he suffered trying to avoid a bat while running to home plate cost him a chunk of the season earlier in the year. Losing him is still a major blow for the Rangers, though. He was excellent after joining the team in 2016, hitting .284 with eight homers and 24 RBI in 33 games down the stretch. He's been more up and down this year, hitting .251 with 17 homers and 49 RBI, though he's still a valuable asset.
Rangers' Gomez helped off field with ankle injury
Bleacher Report | Sep 9