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Topic - Tanner Scheppers
Robbie Ross and Tanner Scheppers, two of the Texas Rangers' top relievers last season, are going back to the bullpen after abbreviated stints as starters.
Tanner Scheppers felt discomfort in his pitching elbow long before the Texas Rangers went to spring training with a plan to turn the right-hander into a starter.
Johnny Cueto became the first Cincinnati pitcher to finish five innings this spring, limiting the Texas Rangers to five hits and one run in the Reds' 2-1 victory Friday night.
The Texas Rangers say they're investigating a claim by pitcher Tanner Scheppers that he was attacked in downtown Cleveland last week.
Texas Rangers pitcher Tanner Scheppers sustained facial bruises after he said he was "sucker-punched" while walking in downtown Cleveland this week.
"I really don't think it has anything to do with me starting," Scheppers said. "It's just, I'm doing something that I haven't done in a long time."
Scheppers finally said something after the fourth start of his big league career, and now he's headed to the disabled list with elbow inflammation.