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DRaysBay May 24, 2019
Ryan Yabrough got the chance to pitch deep in last night’s game and he nailed it

Ryan Yabrough got the chance to pitch deep in last night’s game and he nailed it

Did Kevin Cash forget the bullpen’s phone number? Normally quick-hook-Cash let his starter pitch into the eighth inning and we wondered why Last night Ryan Yarbrough was called up to fill in the giant hole left in the rotation with the injury to Tyler Glasnow. Glasnow has been one of the best pitchers in baseball in the first quarter of the season posting a 1.86 ERA, 2.17 FIP, and 2.78 xFIP in his first eight starts. Nobody was likely to repeat that performance (frankly, not even Glasnow, who was/is due some regression) but Yarbrough did his best. Officially called up yesterday afternoon...
DRaysBay May 17, 2019
Who could the Rays acquire to fill in for Tyler Glasnow?

Who could the Rays acquire to fill in for Tyler Glasnow?

We consider a few external options. Tyler Glasnow was in the middle of a breakout, and the Rays were in first place, when he removed himself from a game. Right now the prognosis is 4-6 weeks on the shelf with a forearm strain. That leaves a massive hole in the Rays nonstandard pitching rotation, as Glasnow was performing at a level that’s truly irreplaceable. But the innings will still need to be replaced, and there are a few ways to go about doing that. Danny already ran down the most likely internal options, and we’ve already seen some of that happening. In the immediate term, Jalen...
DRaysBay May 14, 2019
Tyler Glasnow will be out 4-6 weeks. What is Plan B for Rays pitching?

Tyler Glasnow will be out 4-6 weeks. What is Plan B for Rays pitching?

We will likely see promotions from Durham. Maybe even promotions from Montgomery. The Rays received just about the best news possible after Tyler Glasnow removed himself from the game on Friday night against the Yankees. The prognosis: a forearm strain that should only sideline the early Cy Young front runner for 4-6 weeks. Tampa Bay has been leading the division in wins in part due to Glasnow’s performance. Can they stay atop the totem pole without him? What options do they have to replace his innings? The Rays have been utilizing both the Opener strategy and bullpen days along the...
Tampa Bay Times May 13, 2019
Sports Day Tampa Bay podcast: Rays lose series, and pitcher Tyler Glasnow

Sports Day Tampa Bay podcast: Rays lose series, and pitcher Tyler Glasnow

The Rays drop two of three-games to the Yankees, and also lose pitcher Tyler Glasnow
Call to the Pen May 12, 2019

Tampa Bay Rays: Tyler Glasnow out 4-6 Weeks

The Tampa Bay Rays announced today starting pitcher Tyler Glasnow is out 4-6 weeks with a mild right forearm strain. Tampa Bay Rays starter Tyler Glasnow exited his start Friday against the New York Yankees after going 5 1/3 innings and allowing 4 runs, 3 of them earned, with 9 strikeouts. The Rays now have […] Tampa Bay Rays: Tyler Glasnow out 4-6 Weeks - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Tampa Bay Times May 11, 2019
Rays bounce back and beat Yankees 7-2

Rays bounce back and beat Yankees 7-2

ST. PETERSBURG : The Rays wiped away of the pain of their bad Friday with a 7-2 win over the Yankees on Saturday. The day started well, with a relatively good news diagnosis of Tyler Glasnow's arm injury being only a mild strain that is expected to keep him out four-six
Tampa Bay Times May 11, 2019
Rays journal: Tyler Glasnow relieved at diagnosis of mild strain, 4-6 week absence

Rays journal: Tyler Glasnow relieved at diagnosis of mild strain, 4-6 week absence

ST. PETERSBURG : The biggest takeaway from the diagnosis of Tyler Glasnow's right arm injury was that it could have been worse.An MRI exam showed what the Rays termed a "mild strain,'' with plans to shut Glasnow down from throwing for 7-10 days and the
Tampa Bay Times May 11, 2019
Rays Tales: Latest injuries keep Rays from catching a break

Rays Tales: Latest injuries keep Rays from catching a break

ST. PETERSBURG - The last few weeks have sure been a pain for the Rays.Assorted injuries have sidelined ace Blake Snell and now top winner Tyler Glasnow, frontline outfielder Austin Meadows, do-everything infielder Joey Wendle and, in a bizarre coincidence, their top catchers,
DRaysBay May 11, 2019
d’Arnaud acquisition shows Rays front office means business

d’Arnaud acquisition shows Rays front office means business

Reading way too much into Friday’s move Friday was not a great day in Rays land. Those plucky, lovable, underdog Yankees (I hope you can taste the sarcasm through your computer screen) ground out a 4-3 win — the grit! the heart! — on the back of Gio Urshela (yes, that Gio Urshela), and Rays early-season ace Tyler Glasnow exited the game in the sixth with what has been diagnosed as a forearm strain (he’s expected to miss 4 to 6 weeks). All that on the back off the news earlier in the day that Mike Zunino would be out longer than anticipated, leaving the Rays without their top two...
Tampa Bay Times May 11, 2019
Rays say Tyler Glasnow expected to miss 4-6 weeks with 'mild' forearm strain

Rays say Tyler Glasnow expected to miss 4-6 weeks with 'mild' forearm strain

- ST. PETERSBURG - The Rays got what amounted to relatively good news on starter Tyler Glasnow, with testing showing what they called a "mild right forearm strain" and the expectation he will miss only four-six weeks. Glasnow left Friday's game in the sixth
DRaysBay May 10, 2019
Ray 3 Yankees 4: Glasnow departs with forearm tightness

Ray 3 Yankees 4: Glasnow departs with forearm tightness

I’m not going to soft-pedal tonight’s loss. The Rays didn’t get blown out, losing by just one run. But they were defeated in a most frustrating fashion. And perhaps most troubling, starting pitcher Tyler Glasnow made an early departure, calling for the trainer in the 6th inning and reporting “forearm tightness” that will be further diagnosed on Saturday. Pre-injury, Glasnow was once again quite good. He maybe didn’t have the great sharpness of some of his very dominant starts, but a line of five hits, three earned runs, two walks and nine strikeouts in 5.1 isn’t bad at all...

German, Urshela help Yanks top Rays 4-3, Glasnow exits early

Domingo German became the majors' first seven-game winner, Gio Urshela got a key hit set up by a pair of odd bounces and the New York Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 on Friday night.
Tampa Bay Times May 10, 2019
Bad day gets worse as Rays lose 4-3 and Glasnow leaves hurt

Bad day gets worse as Rays lose 4-3 and Glasnow leaves hurt

ST. PETERSBURG : You want to talk about a bad day?Here's roughly how the Rays Friday went.Found out starting catcher's Mike Zunino's quad strain was severe enough to keep him out more than a month. Felt the dropoff immediately as his replacement,

Rays starter Tyler Glasnow leaves with forearm tightness

Tampa Bay Rays starter Tyler Glasnow has been pulled from a game against the New York Yankees in the sixth inning with right forearm tightness.
Pinstripe Alley May 10, 2019
Yankees vs. Rays: Domingo German vs. Tyler Glasnow

Yankees vs. Rays: Domingo German vs. Tyler Glasnow

The Yankees kick off an important series in the Sunshine State. When was the last time that a Yankees-Rays series mattered? 2012? 2009? Never? Well, tonight’s series sure matters. The Rays shockingly have the second-best record in the American League and are 1.5 games up on the Yankees in the AL East, who are looking to take back the division lead with a sweep. The Yankees will send Domingo German tonight, who has unexpectedly been the club’s best pitcher this year. German is 6-1 on the season with a 2.35 ERA, and opposing batters are hitting just .158 against him. German also brings a...

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