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20:45  19 may  2019
20:45  19 may  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Rangers relief pitcher Shawn Kelley had two lumps surgically removed from his throat this week. Kelley has been on the injured list since May 9, when the Rangers said he had an infection. Kelley said he had the initial biopsy around that time, and doctors used needles to access the affected area.

Rangers relief pitcher Shawn Kelley had two lumps surgically removed from his throat this week. Kelley has been on the injured list since May 9, when the Rangers said he had an infection. Kelley said he had the initial biopsy around that time, and doctors used needles to access the affected area.

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Rangers reliever Shawn Kelley said Saturday he "feels good" after surgery Thursday to remove a couple of lumps from his throat.

Kelley told reporters he first noticed the lumps earlier this season, and they became enlarged and interfered with his sleep. He expects to have results of a biopsy this week.

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“I still don’t know the results of what’s in my throat, but it’s out and I’m going to get back to pitching for now,” Kelley said (via the New York Post). “We’ll find out when we find out, but for now I just want to get back to playing, and physically I feel good, I feel healthy. Arm feels good, body feels good.

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Rangers reliever Kelley wants to start pitching again while waiting results of biopsy on 2 lumps removed from throat . Kelley , who doesn't use any kind of tobacco, said he noticed the issue early this season. He had the lumps checked this month after they got bigger and bothersome while trying

Rangers relief pitcher Shawn Kelley had two lumps surgically removed from his throat this week. Kelley has been on the injured list since May 9, when the Rangers said he had an infection. Kelley said he had the initial biopsy around that time, and doctors used needles to access the affected area.

"The doctors, from their experience and just looking at it and feeling it and all of that stuff, they don’t seem to be too concerned yet."

Kelley, who does not use tobacco, has been on the 10-day IL with a bacterial infection but could be activated early this week, said Rangers manager Chris Woodward.

“We’ll do everything we can to support him through,” Woodward said (via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram). “I don’t want to rush anything back. If he’s not back until Tuesday or Wednesday, so what?

“There are lot bigger things than baseball in life, for sure.”

The Rangers signed the 35-year-old right hander in the offseason to a one-year deal reportedly worth $2.5 million, and featuring several incentives based on his number of games pitched. Kelley has been extremely effective thus far, allowing only two earned runs in 14 innings in 14 appearances.

Man held knife to toddler's throat during mugging.
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