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Rangers' Corey Seager leaves with forearm contusion after HBP

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The Angels prevented the Rangers from getting another step closer to wrapping up their first playoff appearance since 2016 Tuesday night -- Texas' 9-3 loss, however, could have been worse.

AL batting leader Corey Seager left in the sixth inning after being hit by a pitch in the right forearm an inning earlier.

Manager Bruce Bochy said Seager had a left forearm contusion but that X-rays were negative. Seager has been hit by a pitch twice in the past four days.

"He [Angels starter Reid Detmers] was trying to come in and came in a bit too far.