ARLINGTON, Texas -- Texas Rangers first baseman Prince Fielder is sitting out at least two days because of a stiff neck, ending his consecutive games streak at 547. . Fielder received an injection on Saturday morning, and will be away from the team for that nights game and Sundays contest against the Toronto Blue Jays. Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said he hopes Fielder will be ready to play Tuesday night at home against Seattle. The 30-year-old Fielder, acquired by Texas in November from Detroit, has hit at least 25 home runs in each of his eight full major league seasons. He had a high of 50 in 2007, but has struggled this season with only three homers and 16 RBI and a .247 batting average. Daniels said the injury could be a reason for Fielders lack of power. "It stands to reason it has been affecting his swing," Daniels said. "He described it as a lack of strength in his left arm." Daniels said Fielder first revealed the injury a few weeks ago, and that it bothered him last season while he was with the Tigers. Daniels said neither Fielder nor Ian Kinsler, who was dealt to Detroit in the trade, took physicals as part of the transaction. Daniels added that the type of problem Fielder is dealing with wouldnt have shown up in a typical physical done in connection with a trade or the standard exam given to all players during spring training. The Rangers, who already have a major league-leading 13 players on the disabled list, hope Fielder wont need to be added to it. Left-handed starters Martin Perez (elbow) and Matt Harrison (back) went on the DL this week and are likely lost for the season. . According to TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger, it doesnt appear the offer was warmly received by the team. Blue Jackets director of hockey operations John Davidson and general manager Jarmo Kekalainen said on Wednesday the team has made offers of $6 million for two years, $32 million for six and $46 million over eight years but each one was refused by the restricted free agent centre and agent Kurt Overhardt. . Louis against the Blues. The Canucks picked up their second straight victory in the swings opener on Tuesday in Calgary before getting routed in Minnesota last night, 5-1. Welcome to the TSN.ca HELP SECTION where we deal with some of the most frequently asked questions to help improve your experience. For frequently asked questions about TSN, difficulty navigating TSN.ca, viewing content on TSN GO, watching video, or if you want to contact uss please click on the links below or in the related content bar on the right side of this article. . If you are experiencing other issues, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Frequently Asked Questions TSN.ca Video Contact Us ' ' '