Rays infielder Ryan Brett was activated from the 15-day disabled list Thursday and optioned to Triple-A Durham, where he was on a rehab assignment. Brett had been sidelined since late April due to a left shoulder subluxation.
Rays infielder Ryan Brett went 2 for 3 in his first Class A rehab game for Charlotte on Sunday. Brett had a double and two runs scored before getting taken out of the game. Brett, who is currently on the 15-day DL with a shoulder injury, has played in just three games for Tampa Bay this season and has been out of action since April 22.
Rays second baseman Ryan Brett will begin a minor league injury rehab assignment on Sunday, per TBO.com. Brett is recovering from a shoulder injury that landed him on the 15-day disabled list on April 22. He will report to Class A Port Charlotte to begin the assignment.
Rays second baseman Ryan Brett is making progress in his return from a partially dislocated left shoulder. Brett is on the 15-day disabled list. He's begun fielding and throwing. He's also hitting off of soft toss and swinging off a tee, as he builds up strength in the shoulder. Brett told MLB.com that he's close to resuming full baseball activities, and after that, he'll start appearing in extended spring games.
The Rays announced a few roster moves Tuesday, including reliever Jeff Beliveau being moved to the 60-day disabled list. It was announced he will have surgery Thursday to repair a torn left labrum. Beliveau will be out for the rest of the season. The Rays hope he will be ready by spring training. The Rays also placed Ryan Brett on the 15-day disabled list with a left shoulder subluxation. Infielder Jake Elmore was recalled from Triple-A Durham to take his roster spot. "[Elmore] provides a ton of versatility," Cash said, per MLB.com. "He's played well down there. He's been having really good at-bats. It was nice to see him during Spring Training. He was the guy that we carried on every single trip simply because if he wasn't starting, he covered us at any position -- and that's a luxury to have in the dugout."