His stomach issue, don't matter." Beltre had stayed in Anaheim to undergo tests on his stomach while his Ranger teammates traveled to Seattle for Friday's series opener. Beltre was relieved that the problem was finally identified and that it's something that can be fixed if need be. Although there are no medications to help disperse scar tissue, Beltre said eating healthy could help. Rangers reliever Alexi Ogando has pitched just twice in the past nine days and gave up a combined three runs in those relief outings, including a two-run home run in Friday's 6-3 loss in Seattle. But the 33-year-old was optimistic about making it through the rest of the season and having surgery if needed during the offseason.