Rangers All-Star Adolis Garcia exits early with right knee discomfort - ESPN
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Texas Rangers All-Star right fielder Adolis Garcia left Wednesday's game against the Houston Astros with right knee discomfort.
Garcia departed during the top of the second inning after chasing after a Michael Brantley fly ball that just cleared the right-field fence. Garcia leaped and just missed making the grab. The homer put Houston ahead 3-1.
Garcia settled on the warning track as the Rangers' medical staff came out to check on him and he ultimately left the contest. The team announced that Garcia would "continue to be evaluated." He was replaced in right field by Robbie Grossman.