Tyler Glasnow placed on IL with partial UCL tear in right arm

In a season that has been so positive and dominant so far for the Tampa Bay Rays, the team and its fans received shocking news Tuesday afternoon. As reported through various outlets, including Jeff Passan and Marc Topkin, right-handed starting pitcher Tyler Glasnow, the ace of this Rays rotation, has been placed on the ILContinue reading “Tyler Glasnow placed on IL with partial UCL tear in right arm”

Chaz Roe begins rehab assignment in Durham on Tuesday

It looks like the Rays pitching staff is getting closer to full health as right-handed pitcher Chaz Roe is the next arm to be nearing his return to the majors, beginning a rehab assignment in Triple-A Durham on Tuesday. Roe was originally placed on the 10-day IL after reporting discomfort in his shoulder following hisContinue reading “Chaz Roe begins rehab assignment in Durham on Tuesday”

Luis Patiño activated off 10-day IL, optioned to Triple-A Durham

The Rays received some good news as right-handed pitcher Luis Patiño was activated off the 10-day IL after Sunday’s game against the Phillies. He previously went on the IL after a finger laceration on his throwing hand, but manager Kevin Cash said that he’s looked good in his bullpens since the injury. Patiño was optionedContinue reading “Luis Patiño activated off 10-day IL, optioned to Triple-A Durham”

Rays The Analysis: Brent Honeywell’s MLB Debut

There was an overwhelming sense of delight and relief for Rays fans as they got to witness the long-awaited MLB debut of right-handed pitcher, Brent Honeywell in Sunday’s series finale against the New York Yankees. Honeywell hadn’t pitched in a game, aside from his Spring Training appearances in 2021, in over 3 ½ years, dealingContinue reading “Rays The Analysis: Brent Honeywell’s MLB Debut”

#HONEYDAY at last!

When Chris Archer was placed on the IL due to lateral forearm tightness following Saturday’s game, fans were clamoring for Shane McClanahan or Josh Fleming to fill his spot when they got an unexpected but exciting surprise- Brent Honeywell Jr. will make his long-awaited MLB debut opening against the New York Yankees. The newest additionContinue reading “#HONEYDAY at last!”

Chris Archer exits Saturday’s game with right lateral forearm tightness

Things were looking great on the mound for Tampa Bay Rays starter Chris Archer during Saturday’s game against the New York Yankees. Archer looked stellar through the first two innings of the game, toughing 93 MPH on the gun and locating his changeup well. However, things quickly changed in the third inning when Archer letContinue reading “Chris Archer exits Saturday’s game with right lateral forearm tightness”

Rays thrash Yankees in home opener, 10-5

It was truly a banner day in St. Petersburg as the Tampa Bay Rays revealed their 2020 AL East and American League Champion banners inside Tropicana Field before the 2021 home opener. The Rays, in front of just over 9,000 fans, continued their winning ways against the New York Yankees, defeating their AL East foes,Continue reading “Rays thrash Yankees in home opener, 10-5”

Home sweet home: A history of home openers in St. Pete

There is truly nothing like a home-field advantage, and for the Tampa Bay Rays, Tropicana Field might be the greatest home-field advantage of them all. The quirky stadium, built in 1990, is ridiculed for its exterior and catwalks instead of being praised for its spectacular interior amenities, fantastic gameday staff, and one-of-a-kind gameday experience. ItContinue reading “Home sweet home: A history of home openers in St. Pete”

OF Brett Phillips reinstated from 10-day IL, C Joseph Odom DFA’d

The Rays made some roster moves before its home opener against the Yankees this afternoon in response to some recent happenings on the team. We previously mentioned RHP Hunter Strickland, a hard-throwing reliever with good breaking stuff, getting called up in the wake of RHP Pete Fairbanks being placed on the 10-day IL due toContinue reading “OF Brett Phillips reinstated from 10-day IL, C Joseph Odom DFA’d”