Jennings (hamstring) continues to engage in light running with High-A Charlotte, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The rehabbing outfielder has reportedly not experienced any setbacks, and could soon return to the big league club. Jennings would be the fourth Rays outfielder to return from injury over the last month, with Steven Souza (hip), Kevin Kermaier (wrist) and Brandon Guyer (hamstring) all having resumed action recently.
Jennings (hamstring) was scheduled to work out with High-A Charlotte before their Sunday evening game against Dunedin, Roger Mooney of the Tampa Bay Times reports. It's another step in Jennings' continuing rehab of his hamstring injury, and comes on the heels of a batting practice and conditioning work session Saturday. Assuming he continues ramping up his physical activity without setbacks, Jennings could be activated the Rays at some point in the not-too-distant future.
Jennings (hamstring) will participate in batting practice and conditioning work Saturday, Rays' beat writer Roger Mooney reports. Jennings has been gradually ramping up his activity of late and he'll be able to take BP at Tropicana Field with his teammates Saturday. That said, given that Saturday marks his first time running since injuring his hamstring, he'll likely need at least several more days before the Rays consider activating him from the disabled list. Furthermore, Kevin Kiermaier's activation Friday gives the Rays the luxury of being patient with Jennings.
Jennings (hamstring) is scheduled to begin baseball activities Thursday, freelance Rays writer Roger Mooney reports. Jennings landed on the disabled list Monday due to hamstring tightness, but hasn't seen game action since June 30. The fact that he's already able to begin throwing and hitting is a good sign, and suggests the outfielder could return to the Rays shortly after the All-Star break.
Jennings (hamstring) was placed on the 15-day disabled list Sunday, freelance Rays writer Roger Mooney reports. Jennings had missed the previous three games with the hamstring issue, and with the Rays well-stocked in the outfield following the recent returns of Brandon Guyer and Steven Souza, there was little incentive for the team to wait on him. The 29-year-old had been serving in a regular starting role prior to going down with the injury, but with the Rays outfield at close to full health and Jennings holding down a .202/.286/.352 slash line for the season, he could have to settle for fourth outfield duties upon returning.