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Tyson Ross: Takes front office role
Ross has been hired as a special assistant for the Dodgers, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.
The move would seem to signal that Ross's playing career is over. The 35-year-old right-handed hurler last pitched in the majors in 2019 with the Tigers, and in his 10-year career, he registered a 4.04 ERA while playing for the Athletics, Padres, Rangers and Cardinals along with Detroit.... See More ... See Less
Tyson Ross: Released by Rangers
Ross was released from his minor-league contract by the Rangers on Tuesday, Levi Weaver of The Athletic reports.
Ross opted out of last season and struggled to a 6.11 ERA in seven starts for the Tigers in 2019. At age 34, he may have a tough time finding a suitor on the open market.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Ross: Invited to majors camp
Ross was invited to big-league camp Tuesday.
Ross joined the Rangers on a minor-league deal in February but had spent the start of camp working out with the team's minor-league rehab group as he built himself back up to speed after opting out of last season. He could factor into the Rangers' rotation picture at some point this season but is unlikely to be an exciting fantasy option, as he's now 33 and has posted just one season with an ERA under 6.00 in the last five years.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Tyson Ross: Returns to Rangers
Ross signed a minor-league contract with the Rangers on Friday which does not include an invitation to big-league camp.
Ross spent 2017 as a Ranger but didn't have much success, posting a 7.71 ERA in 49 innings of work. After recording a 3.57 ERA in his first six years in the league, he now owns a 5.34 ERA over his last four. He opted out of the 2020 season, so he may have some work to do to get back into game shape.... See More ... See Less
Tyson Ross: Plans to sit out 2020 season
Ross is expected to sit out the 2020 season, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports.
The right-hander -- who is still a free agent -- will join his brother, Joe Ross, in sitting out in 2020 due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. The 33-year-old Ross made seven starts for the Tigers in 2019 before injuries derailed his season. He finished with a 6.11 ERA, 1.67 WHIP and 25:18 K:BB in 35.1 innings.... See More ... See Less
Tyson Ross: Released by Giants
Ross was released by the Giants on Friday, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Ross has battled several significant injuries since 2016, but the Giants signed him as a non-roster invitee during the offseason. The right-hander allowed three earned runs over 3.2 innings in Cactus League play before spring training was suspended, but he'll be left searching for a new club ahead of the 2020 season.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Tyson Ross: Could be option in relief
Ross (elbow) could earn a roster spot as a reliever, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Ross allowed three earned runs through 3.2 innings in Cactus League action before play was suspended. However, he remained healthy, a big step considering he has battled multiple serious injuries since the 2016 season. Due to his lack of durability and the team's desire to evaluate younger players, Ross' most likely role would be as a multi-inning reliever if he were to win a roster spot with the Giants.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Tyson Ross: Feels good after spring debut
Ross (elbow) felt good after throwing an inning Friday against Colorado, Evan Webeck of The Mercury News reports.
Friday's outing was Ross' first game action since being shut down due to ulnar neuritis back in May. He's in camp with the Giants as a non-roster invitee and has a shot at a rotation spot if healthy, but expectations should probably be low for an oft-injured veteran who has just one season with an ERA below 6.00 in the last four years.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Tyson Ross: Headed to San Francisco
Ross (elbow) signed a one year, $1.75 million minor-league contract with the Giants on Friday, Bob Nightengale of USA Today reports.
Ross spent the 2019 season with the Tigers, but elbow and neck injuries sidelined him for most of the season. He made seven starts, accruing a 6.11 ERA and 1.67 WHIP with a 25:18 K:BB over 35.1 frames. He began throwing off a mound in August, though it remains to be seen if he'll be ready for the start of spring training. If healthy, Ross figures to begin the 2020 campaign in the minors, though he could certainly work his way into the big-league rotation if he performs well at Triple-A Sacramento.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Tyson Ross: Throws off mound
Ross (elbow) has begun throwing off the mound, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports.
There is still a lot for Ross to accomplish during his rehab before he could return to the majors, and the clock is ticking on him getting back before the end of the season. He will likely continue to ramp up before beginning a lengthy rehab assignment.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Tyson Ross: Moved to 60-day IL
Ross (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Friday.
Ross has been on the shelf since May 12 due to ulnar neuritis in his right elbow, and following this latest move, he won't be eligible to return until mid-July. Bobby Wilson had his contract selected from Triple-A Toledo in a corresponding move.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Tyson Ross: Set back by neck stiffness
Ross (elbow) will be shut down from throwing for five days due to neck stiffness, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports.
Ross has been out for a month with ulnar neuritis in his right elbow. He had been tracking towards a return to action in late June, though this latest setback likely pushes his timeline back.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Tyson Ross: Expected back in late June
Tigers general manager Al Avila said Sunday that he's hopeful Ross (elbow) will return from the 10-day injured list in 2-to-3 weeks, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports.
Ross has been sidelined since May 10 after being diagnosed with ulnar neuritis in his right elbow. He took a major step forward last week by throwing a bullpen session, and could be ready to face hitters in live batting practice at some point during the current week. Since he's already missed a month with the injury, Ross would probably require at least two minor-league rehab starts or simulated games before rejoining the Tigers. Assuming he hits no snags in his recovery along the way, Ross could be ready to slot back into the rotation in late June or early July.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Tyson Ross: Cleared for mound work
Ross (elbow) will throw a bullpen session Thursday, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports.
Thursday's mound session will be the right-hander's first since landing on the injured list back in mid-May with ulnar neuritis in his right elbow. While this is a step in the right direction for Ross, a timetable for his return likely won't emerge until he's cleared to face live hitters.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Tyson Ross: Begins light throwing
Ross (elbow) was recently cleared to resume light throwing off flat ground, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports.
Shut down since May 11 while contending with ulnar neuritis in his right elbow, Ross has finally taken a step forward in his recovery, albeit a minor one. The Tigers likely won't have a clear idea regarding Ross's timeline for a return until he resumes facing hitters, something that's unlikely to happen for at least another week or two. With that in mind, it's probably safe to expect Ross to remain on the 10-day injured list until mid-June, if not longer.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Tyson Ross: Remains shut down
Ross (elbow) won't throw for another 7-to-10 days, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports.
The opinions Ross heard about his ulnar neuritis over the past two days were framed as largely positive, as he hasn't suffered any major setbacks, but he'll still be shut down for a period of time. It's unclear when the Tigers expect him back on the field.... See More ... See Less
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