ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Texas Rangers outfielder Willie Calhoun will likely start the regular season on the injured list because of a lingering groin injury. The outfielder/designated hitter hasn’t played in a spring training game since March 8. General manager Chris Young says Calhoun has a low grade groin strain. Rangers manager Chris Woodward later announced that veteran right-hander Kyle Gibson will be the Rangers starting pitcher in their season opener April 1 at Kansas City. It will be the first opening day start for Gibson, who is in his ninth MLB season.
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