Lone Star Ball "The Rangers have purchased the contract of Colby Lewis, and designated Daniel McCutchen for assignment Colby Lewis is officially back. Per John Blake on Twitter, the Texas Rangers have purchased the contract of Colby Lewis from AAA Round Rock, adding him to the 25 and 40 man rosters. " April 14
Dallas Morning News "The Rangers will not make a hasty decision on right-hander Colby Lewis, manager Ron Washington said. Lewis is trying to become the first major league pitcher to return from hip-resurfacing surgery. Because so little data is available regarding this surgery for athletes, the Rangers are being..." March 28
CBSSports.com "The Rangers are bringing back starting pitcher Colby Lewis on a minor-league deal -- with an invite to major-league camp -- the club announced Saturday. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Lewis, 34, hasn't pitched in the majors since July 18, 2012, as a torn flexor tendon in his..." November 23
Hardball Talk "Colby Lewis hasn’t thrown a pitch in the majors since July 18, 2012 due to elbow and hip surgeries, but that hasn’t stopped the Rangers from attempting to bring him back. According to T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com, Rangers general manager Jon Daniels confirmed today that the club made an offer to..." November 09
Rangers Colby Lewis to miss rest of season. Having surgery to remove bone spurs in right hip.
MLB.com "Colby Lewis could not get through the third inning in his rehab assignment with Double-A Frisco on Wednesday at Dr Pepper Ballpark, but he felt he rebounded well in his first rehab start in nearly two months while recovering from right elbow surgery. His outing ended when he allowed a two-run..." July 18
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Nick Tepesch had no issues with the blister on his right middle finger during a bullpen session on Thursday, and is scheduled to start Sunday at Seattle. With Tepesch cleared for Sunday’s start, Yu Darvish will start Game 1 of Monday’s doubleheader in Phoenix against Arizona. The Rangers have..." May 24
Colby Lewis didn't sugar-coat start. Says he's not ready to get major leaguers out. Said velocity has to improve. Won't timeline a return.
Dallas Morning News "Designated hitter Lance Berkman was a full-go in drills Tuesday morning and will make his Cactus League debut Thursday, said manager Ron Washington. Included in the drills was base running, and Berkman made his way around the bases without aggravating the inflamation in his right calf. Adrian..." February 26