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Earned Run Average
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 0.0 0.00 0.00
2021 269.519.3 88.0 5 2 123 27 2.66 0.93
2020 165.515 57.3 5 1 91 22 4.08 1.13
3y Avg. 214.517.9 68.7 5 1 97 21 2.75 0.98
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Potential for 2022 return

    The Rays haven't yet ruled Glasnow (elbow) out from making a late-season return from the 60-day injured list, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. "The chance is not zero," pitching coach Kyle Snyder said Saturday. "Let's say that much. It's pretty remarkable just to see where he is." Topkin notes that Glasnow still has at least a few important hurdles to clear before getting the green light for game action, but he's been throwing bullpen sessions for more than a month, with Snyder noting that the right-hander's fastball velocity has hovered around 98-to-99 miles per hour. Snyder said that Glasnow is also successfully executing his breaking pitches. The 28-year-old is expected to begin facing live hitters in two weeks, and he'll need to prove that he can command all of his offerings effectively prior to heading out on what could be an extended rehab assignment. The Rays still view Glasnow as a starter in the long haul, but if he's cleared to make his return from Tommy John surgery in September, he'll likely be brought back in a bullpen role.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Gets back on mound

    Glasnow (elbow) threw a bullpen session Tuesday, his first since undergoing Tommy John surgery last August, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Glasnow's ability to get back on a mound represents an important milestone in his recovery from elbow surgery, but he'll still face an uphill battle to make a return from the 60-day injured list in 2022. Slowly but steadily, he'll likely increase the intensity and frequency of his bullpen sessions before advancing to the next stage of his rehab program: facing live hitters.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Throwing from 90 feet

    Glasnow (elbow/ankle) has progressed to throwing from 90 feet, CJ Haddad of MLB.com reports. Glasnow is recovering from both ankle and elbow surgeries, though he is feeling well in both regards. Glasnow is still a minimum of several months away from returning to a big-league mound, but it's a positive that his recovery from Tommy John surgery remains on track.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Steers clear of arbitration

    Glasnow (elbow) and the Rays agreed Tuesday on a one-year, $5.1 million contract to avoid arbitration, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports. Though he's expected to miss most, if not all, of the 2022 season, Glasnow will get a $1.1 million pay increase after he had performed at a Cy Young-worthy level (2.66 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and 123:27 K:BB over 88 innings) through 14 starts in 2021 before he eventually required Tommy John surgery for his right elbow. Glasnow, who also underwent surgery last week to remove loose bodies from his right ankle, is expected to rest for the next 2-to-3 weeks before restarting his throwing program. Before having his ankle scoped, Glasnow had been playing catch off flat ground from about 75 feet three times a week, according to Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Recovering from ankle procedure

    Glasnow (elbow) underwent arthroscopic surgery to remove loose bodies from his right ankle Friday and is expected to resume his throwing program in 2-to-3 weeks, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. Glasnow is recovering from Tommy John surgery in early August, and the ankle procedure should only push back his throwing program by a few weeks. The 28-year-old officially landed on the 60-day injured list Thursday and could make a return late in the season, though it's not guaranteed he'll pitch in 2022.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Returns to 60-day injured list

    Glasnow (elbow) was placed on the 60-day injured list Thursday, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. The move was an inevitable one, as Glasnow is still recovering from Tommy John surgery in early August. He has a chance to return in 2022, but that won't occur until very late in the season if it happens at all. His 40-man roster spot will be taken by new signing Jason Adam.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Throwing again

    Glasnow's (elbow) agent, Joel Wolfe, said in late February that his client has began a throwing program, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Due to the MLB lockout, Glasnow is unable to train with the Rays or have his rehab monitored by team doctors, so updates from the pitchers and his agent regarding where he stands in his recovery from his Tommy John surgery may be all the news that fantasy players will have available until labor peace is reached. Even though Glasnow's Aug. 4 procedure to address a partially torn UCL was characterized as more of a hybrid surgery that could shorten his recovery timeline compared to typically Tommy John cases, he's still expected to miss most, if not all, of the 2022 season.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Undergoes successful surgery

    Glasnow underwent successful Tommy John surgery Wednesday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Glasnow was initially hoping that he'd be able to return in 2021 after he suffered a partial UCL tear in mid-June, but he'll likely be sidelined until 2023 following Wednesday's procedure. Prior to his injury, the 27-year-old put up a 2.66 ERA and 0.93 WHIP in 88 innings across 14 starts.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Tommy John surgery scheduled

    Glasnow (elbow) will undergo Tommy John surgery Wednesday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. It was reported over the weekend that the right-hander was expected to require the procedure, and that's now been confirmed. Glasnow will go under the knife Wednesday, which will end his 2021 campaign and sideline him for most, if not all, of 2022.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Likely requires Tommy John surgery

    Glasnow (elbow) will likely require Tommy John surgery next week, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. Glasnow suffered a partial UCL tear in mid-June, but he threw off a mound Friday and was optimistic that he would be able to return sometime in 2021. While Passan reports that there's a "small chance" doctors will find a path toward rehab rather than surgery, the right-hander would miss most or all of the 2022 campaign if he ultimately undergoes the procedure.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Throws off mound

    Glasnow (elbow) threw off a mound Friday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Glasnow's session came while he was in Texas for a follow-up visit regarding his elbow. He's been optimistic for a while now that he'll return before the end of the season, and he's making steady progress, though when exactly he'll make it back is not yet clear.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Continues to feel good

    Glasnow (elbow) continues to feel good after playing light catch, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Glasnow was able to resume playing light catch last week after he was shut down for approximately four weeks, but he still doesn't have a timetable to return to mound work. The right-hander is optimistic that he'll be able to return in 2021, and his return timetable could come into focus when he resumes throwing off a mound.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Playing light catch

    Glasnow (elbow) has resumed playing light catch, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. Glasnow was diagnosed with a partial UCL tear and a flexor strain in his right elbow in mid-June, and he was shut down for approximately four weeks while he received treatment. However, the right-hander has been optimistic about his status, and it's encouraging that he's now resumed light throwing after the shutdown. Glasnow doesn't yet have a timetable to return, but a better idea of his status could come into focus once he's able to increase his workout intensity.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Expresses optimism about '21 return

    On an appearance on Chris Rose's Rotation podcast Friday, Glasnow (elbow) expressed that he was "pretty optimistic about being able to come back sooner than later" based on how his arm is currently feeling, the team's official site reports. While it's only Glasnow's opinion, the sentiment is nevertheless encouraging for fantasy managers and the Rays alike. The right-hander added that he felt he would "probably be back before the playoffs and then be able to play in the playoffs" based on his current condition, but a much more tangible prognosis will likely be possible once Glasnow resumes throwing sometime in July.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Transferred to 60-day IL

    Glasnow (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Thursday, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. Glasnow's move to the 60-day IL is simply procedural after he recently underwent an MRI that revealed a partial UCL tear as well as a flexor strain in his right elbow. The right-hander is currently planning to rest rather than undergoing a surgical procedure, but he'll still miss extended time due to the injury.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: MRI reveals partial UCL tear

    Glasnow was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday after an MRI revealed a partial UCL tear as well as a flexor strain in his right elbow, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. UCL tears frequently lead to Tommy John surgery, though the plan for now is for Glasnow to rest rather than undergo a surgical procedure. The timing of the injury makes that a sensible plan for the Rays, as undergoing the surgery now would already have a fairly high chance of ruling their ace out for all of next year, so the team can afford to wait a few months to see how rest and rehab goes without costing him any more games. The injury is a huge blow to Tampa Bay and to those with Glasnow on their fantasy teams, as the righty owns a dominant 2.66 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and 36.2 percent strikeout rate through 14 starts.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Getting MRI

    Glasnow (elbow) is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Tuesday, Adam Berry of MLB.com reports. Glasnow was diagnosed with right elbow inflammation when he was pulled after the fourth inning of his start Monday against the White Sox. Though Glasnow noted after the game that he didn't feel any "crazy pain" in his elbow before departing, the Rays will send him in for an MRI to ensure he's not dealing with a more significant injury that anticipated. Glasnow tentatively lines up to make his next start Saturday in Seattle.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Diagnosed with elbow inflammation

    Glasnow left Monday's start against Chicago due to right elbow inflammation, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. This is concerning news for Tampa Bay's top hurler, though it remains unclear if he'll require a trip to the injured list. The team should know more about a timetable for his return after further evaluation.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Exits with potential injury

    Glasnow was removed from Monday's game against the White Sox after just 53 pitches, Steve Carney of Sports Radio 620 WDAE reports. The team has yet to disclose an injury, but Glasnow was spotted flexing and stretching out his right arm before being removed. It's also concerning that he was shut down for the night after just four innings of work. The Rays likely won't offer up an explanation until after the contest.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Whiffs 11 for fifth win

    Glasnow (5-2) allowed one earned run on six hits and a walk while striking out 11 across seven innings to earn the win Tuesday against the Nationals. Glasnow allowed a run in the third inning, but he dominated the Nationals otherwise, inducing an exceptional 27 swinging strikes on 114 total pitches while posting double-digit strikeouts for the seventh time in 13 starts this season. Also impressive has been Glasnow's ability to work deep into games, as he's worked at least seven innings in four of his last five outings. For the season, Glasnow has a 2.57 ERA with 117 strikeouts across 84 total frames.
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