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Rangers' Kohei Arihara: Shoulder procedure completed

Arihara underwent surgery Thursday to remove an aneurysm and repair the artery in his right shoulder, Kennedi Landry of MLB.com reports. The procedure puts Arihara's availability for the remainder of the season in jeopardy, though the Rangers aren't yet ready to rule out the right-hander from returning to action in August or September. He'll spend the next month resting up before the Rangers re-evaluate him in late June, at which time he could be cleared to begin a throwing program.
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Rangers' Kohei Arihara: Shifts to 60-day IL

The Rangers transferred Arihara (shoulder) to the 60-day injured list Wednesday. Arihara will be on the mend for at least three months after undergoing surgery on his right shoulder last week, so his move to the 60-day IL won't have any bearing on his recovery timetable. The transaction opens up a spot on the 40-man roster for outfielder Jason Martin, who was promoted from Triple-A Round Rock in a corresponding move.
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Texas Rangers' Kohei Arihara needs shoulder surgery, out at least 12 weeks

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Rangers right-hander Kohei Arihara needs shoulder surgery and is expected to miss at least 12 weeks. Rangers general manager Chris Young said Saturday that Arihara has an aneurysm in his pitching shoulder. Dr. Gregory Pearl, a vascular surgeon, is set to repair the posterior circumflex humeral artery Thursday in Dallas.
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Rangers pitcher Kohei Arihara to undergo shoulder surgery, will be sidelined for months

Texas Rangers pitcher Kohei Arihara needs shoulder surgery and will be sidelined for at least 12 weeks, manager Chris Young said Saturday. According to The Associated Press (h/t ESPN), Young told reporters that Arihara has an aneurysm in his pitching shoulder. Dr. Gregory Pearl, a vascular surgeon, will repair Arihara's posterior circumflex humeral artery on Thursday in Dallas.
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Rangers righty Kohei Arihara to undergo shoulder surgery

Rangers right-hander Kohei Arihara will undergo surgery on his throwing shoulder, Texas GM Chris Young told reporters, including MLB.com’s Manny Randhawa and Sports Illustrated’s Chris Halicke. The surgery will fix an aneurysm that was found in Arihara’s shoulder earlier this week. It will be 12 weeks before Arihara can even resume throwing, so it is quite possible that Arihara’s 2021 season is finished.
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Rangers' Kohei Arihara: Could miss entire season

Arihara will be shut down for at least 12 weeks following shoulder surgery and may miss the rest of the year, Chris Halicke of SI.com reports. Arihara was on the injured list due to a finger issue, but the Rangers have since discovered a much more serious injury. He'll go under the knife soon to repair a shoulder aneurysm. The righty will be unable to throw until at least mid-August and will then have to build back up to full strength, leaving him with little time left in the season even if his recovery goes smoothly. Even a minor setback could mean his first MLB season is over after just seven starts.
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Kohei Arihara Placed on 10-Day IL

Https://twitter.com/RangerBlake/status/1391437864903323653. Ariahara was officially placed on the 10-day IL due to a right middle finger contusion. He started yesterday vs. the Mariners, and he struggled with five earned runs allowed over just 3 2/3 innings. This is his second-straight poor start, as he allowed six runs in his last outing over 2 2/3 innings. Overall, he’s pitched to a dismal 6.59 ERA and 6.56 FIP through his first seven outings, and he’s averaged nearly as many walks per nine innings as strikeouts. That’s not a good formula for success in the major leagues.
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Rangers place righty Kohei Arihara on IL, claim catcher Jack Kruger

Before Sunday afternoon’s game against the Mariners, the Rangers placed starter Kohei Arihara on the 10-day injured list with a right middle finger contusion. Utilityman Eli White has been recalled in his place. Additionally, Texas announced they’ve claimed catcher Jack Kruger off waivers from the Angels. Right-hander Kyle Cody was transferred to the 60-day injured list to open space on the 40-man roster. Cody has a right shoulder impingement.
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Rangers' Kohei Arihara: Shelled in no-decision

Arihara allowed five runs on six hits and walked three while striking out three over 3.2 innings of work in Saturday's victory over the Mariners. He didn't factor into the decision. The 28-year-old now holds a 6.59 ERA and 1.53 WHIP on the year. His spot in the Rangers' rotation...
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Rangers' Kohei Arihara: Moved to IL with finger injury

The Rangers placed Arihara on the 10-day injured list Sunday due to a right middle finger injury, Sam Blum of The Dallas Morning News reports. Arihara had been experience discomfort in the same finger following his April 30 outing against the Red Sox, resulting in the Rangers skipping him for one turn through the rotation. The rookie demonstrated enough progress to gain clearance to start Saturday against the Mariners, but he wasn't in top form, as he was shelled for five runs on six hits and three walks over 3.2 innings. Manager Chris Woodward noted that Arihara disclosed following the poor start that the sore finger was still affecting him, so the Rangers will shut him down for the next week and a half with the hope that extended rest resolves the issue. Hyeon-Jong Yang, Kolby Allard and Wes Benjamin are the most likely candidates to step in as the Rangers' fifth starter while Arihara is on the shelf.
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Rangers' Kohei Arihara: Cleared to start Saturday

Arihara (finger) completed a bullpen session Thursday with no issues and will start Saturday versus the Mariners. The 28-year-old was pushed back from Wednesday's scheduled start after receiving an injection in his right middle finger earlier in the week, but he'll only end up having his outing pushed back a few days. Arihara has a 5.76 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 14:9 K:BB through 25 innings this season, and he's surrendered 11 runs across his past two starts.
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Rangers' Kohei Arihara: Bullpen pushed to Thursday

Arihara (finger) was scheduled to throw a bullpen session Thursday, Kennedi Landry of MLB.com reports. An earlier report had Arihara throwing a bullpen Wednesday, but it was pushed to Thursday. If the right-hander comes out of the session without a setback, he is expected to start Saturday. If not, then Dane Dunning will start Saturday with Kyle Gibson going Sunday.
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Rangers' Kohei Arihara: Bullpen session on tap Wednesday

Arihara (finger) will throw a bullpen session Wednesday, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. The 28-year-old was scratched from Wednesday's scheduled start after receiving an injection in his right middle finger, but he's now scheduled for a bullpen session and could start Saturday if all goes well. Arihara was able to throw without any pain Tuesday, and he'll likely push things harder during the bullpen session.
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Kohei Arihara gets injection in finger

Texas Rangers starting pitcher Kohei Arihara got an injection in his right middle finger for a callus that has developed there, per the beat guys. Arihara is not going on the injured list as of now, but his status is apparently in flux, and his next start could be pushed back.
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Rangers' Kohei Arihara: Pushed off Wednesday's start

Arihara (finger) will be pushed back in the Rangers' pitching schedule after Hyeon-Jong Yang was awarded the start for Arihara's next turn in the rotation Wednesday against the Twins, Chris Halicke of SI.com reports. While Arihara won't be available to pitch on his normal rest while he contends with a...
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Should the Texas Rangers be worried about Kohei Arihara?

Apr 30, 2021; Arlington, Texas, USA; Texas Rangers starting pitcher Kohei Arihara (35) throws a pitch in the first inning against the Boston Red Sox at Globe Life Field. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports. As one of the prized acquisitions of a surpassingly busy off-season, Kohei Arihara was brought...