Hamilton is working out in Arlington at the Texas Metroplex Institute for Sports Medicine, and he is not participating in baseball activities. The former No. 1 overall Draft pick had surgery in October and February, and he was limited to just 50 games with the Rangers last season. There is no timetable for Hamilton to resume baseball activities.
"He described it to us as it's more than the pain, it's kind of a weakness," Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said on Monday. "He says it will buckle on him at times."
Alykhan Ravjiani is a reporter for MLB.com based in Toronto. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.