Former American League MVP and big time heavy hitter Josh Hamilton will miss the rest of the 2016 season due to ongoing issues with his knee.
Last year Hamilton had two surgeries in less than a month. Earlier this year he had a non-surgical procedure and went to a rehab assignment, which he left almost immediately due to complications and lingering pain from the previous surgeries.
The Rangers announced that Hamilton will have surgery again on June 8th.
Hamilton, 35, is signed to next season with the Rangers. General Manager Jon Daniels expects the outfielder to return in 2017.