The Texas Rangers are expecting to welcome back sluggers Josh Hamilton and Nelson Cruz back to Monday's game against the Chicago White Sox.
Hamilton has been on the disabled list since April 13 when he broke a bone in his right shoulder while sliding into home plate on April 12. He originally expected to miss at least two months, but his rehab went far better than expected. The reigning American League MVP is hitting .333 with seven RBI in 11 games this season.
Cruz went down with a strained right quad muscle on May 3 against Seattle and was placed on the DL a few days later. He is hitting just .219, but has seven home runs and 18 RBI in 30 games this season.
The team has not announced who will be sent down to make room for the outfielders.