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Texas Rangers Blog | ESPN Dallas

Colby Lewis happy, thankful after first start

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Colby Lewis didn't win his first start in two years. But the 34-year-old veteran won the first major step of his comeback, getting out on the mound after hip resurfacing and giving his team 5 1/3 innings on Monday. Lewis was thankful to be out there. And then he was insistent that he stay a little longer. Lewis wants to pitch deeper into games and after seeing how his hip and his readjusted mechanics -- more range of motion after the surgery, which has created a longer stride -- reacted, he believes he can.

Mariners Blog | Seattle Times

Monday's pregame notes, line-ups vs. the Rangers

Mariners game notes: 04.14.14 Game Notes Rangers game notes: 04.14.14 Notes vs SEA Updated team and MLB stats: 04.14.14 Stats No real surprises in the Mariners' line-up with right-hander Colby Lewis on the mound for the Rangers. You'll notice Adrian Beltre isn't in the line-up for the Ranger. He was placed on the 15-day disabled list yesterday with a strained quad. So the series will be a little less entertaining without him on the field. Or maybe not, the Rangers have added the recently acquired Hector Noesi to their active roster. So there is a chance the Mariners might get to face...

Fort-Worth Star Telegram

Rangers notes: Colby Lewis to start Monday’s game

Colby Lewis comeback from the woes of injury has at long last arrived.

Texas Rangers Blog | Dallas Morning News

Texas Rangers intend to activate Colby Lewis for upcoming trip through starting rotation

BOSTON – It appears that Colby Lewis’ return from hip resurfacing surgery is now less than a week away. All that remains is some final scheduling. Manager Ron Washington said Tuesday Lewis will throw a bullpen session at Triple-A Round …

Texas Rangers Blog | ESPN Dallas

Colby Lewis builds stamina, Holland throws

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Slowly, the Texas Rangers' injured pitching staff is getting healthy. Yu Darvish's neck isn't bothering him anymore and he's pitching on Sunday in Tampa. Colby Lewis is getting his arm strength up, crossing the 90-pitch barrier in Tuesday's minor league start. And Derek Holland, who insists that June is still realistic for his return from knee surgery, threw a bullpen for the first time on Wednesday. Oh, and Matt Harrison will get up to 65 pitches, which the club hopes is four innings, on Thursday at Double-A Frisco.