Pham went 1-for-5 with a two-run homer against the Blue Jays on Friday.
Pham kicked off the scoring in this one with a two-run blast over the fence in left field, and the Rays would go on to win 6-2, securing a postseason berth. Friday's home run is Pham's first since Aug. 31.
Pham is not starting Wednesday against the Yankees, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Pham hasn't been at his best down the stretch, hitting just .224/.268/.284 over his last 16 games and going just 2-for-21 at the plate over his last five. Austin Meadows slides to left field in his absence Wednesday.
Pham went 5-for-6 with a two-run double, another double, a stolen base and three runs in an extra-innings win over the Dodgers on Wednesday.
A day after a report that he was being notably compromised by hand and elbow injuries down the stretch run, Pham exploded for a career-high hit tally that also tied a franchise single-game record. While the veteran's home run drought turns one month old Thursday, he now has six doubles in September, which has helped him to a solid eight RBI over his 14 games of the month.
Pham, who went 0-for-5 in Tuesday's loss to the Dodgers, is significantly hampered by hand and elbow injuries that would sideline him were the Rays not in the playoff hunt, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. "He wants to be out there, we want him out there, we've got to continue a do a good job of managing his workload, the treatment and rehab everything,'' manager Kevin Cash said.
The veteran outfielder says his right hand issue, which he originally sustained Aug. 9 while sliding, has shown some improvement of late but still leaves him at less than full strength. Meanwhile, his elbow problem has officially been diagnosed as a flexor strain, and Pham is planning to address it with platelet-rich plasma injections and stem cell treatments this offseason. In a testament to his toughness, Pham has remained a viable contributor during the most critical time of the season, as he was hitting .340 with one home run and eight RBI over the 13 games prior to Tuesday's blanking.
Pham went 1-for-3 with an RBI groundout, a walk, a stolen base and two runs in a win over the Angels on Friday.
Pham set the table nicely out of the No. 2 hole, crossing the plate on an Austin Meadows home run and a Travis d'Arnaud single. The red-hot outfielder currently carries an 11-game hitting streak; moreover, he's reached safely in an impressive 24 of his last 25 games -- a stretch during which he's raised his season average 13 points to .279.
Pham (elbow) went 1-for-4 with an RBI double, a walk and a run in a loss to the Rangers on Wednesday.
Pham opened the scoring for either squad with a first-inning two-bagger that plated Joey Wendle with the first of two Rays runs during the frame. The veteran outfielder filled the designated hitter role Wednesday and could return to playing the outfield in Thursday's contest.
Pham (elbow) is expected to be back in the starting lineup Wednesday against Texas, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Pham has been battling a flexor strain in his right elbow, and while he was able to take the field Saturday and Sunday, the Rays have elected to hold him out of Tuesday's series opener. Manager Kevin Cash stated that Pham will at least be able to slot in as the designated hitter Wednesday, though the hope is that he'll start in left field.
Pham isn't in the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against Texas.
Pham is in the midst of an eight-game hitting streak, but he'll head to the bench for Tuesday's series opener after recently being diagnosed with a mild flexor strain. Austin Meadows moves over to left field and is set to bat second as Nate Lowe serves as the designated hitter.
Pham went 1-for-4 with a run in a win over the Blue Jays on Saturday.
The veteran was limited to designated hitter duties after missing Friday's game with a flexor strain. Pham has now hit safely in seven straight games, including all six for which he's suited up in September, and has laced four extra-base hits (three doubles, one home run) during that stretch.
Pham (elbow) is back in the lineup as a designated hitter Saturday against Toronto, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
Pham left Thursday's game with a mild flexor strain and sat out Friday's contest, but he's ready to hit already Saturday. He'll bat second against Blue Jays debutant Anthony Kay.
Manager Kevin Cash said Friday that Pham has a mild flexor strain in his right elbow, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
After swiping a bag and joining the 20-20 club, Pham left Thursday's game with what was initially described as right forearm tightness. This new diagnosis sounds a bit more ominous, but the Rays say Pham should be able to DH on Saturday and could return to the field as soon as Tuesday. Austin Meadows is in left field Friday with Nate Lowe serving as the designated hitter.
Pham (forearm) is not in the lineup for Friday's game against the Blue Jays, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
Pham was lifted from Thursday's game with right forearm tightness and will need at least another day before returning to action. According to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, the 31-year-old has been battling the forearm issue for several days and could end up being limited to serving as the designated hitter for at least a week.
Pham left Thursday's game with right forearm tightness, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
Prior to exiting, Pham went 1-for-4 with a double and a stolen base to become the seventh member of the 20-20 club this season. He was replaced in left field by Guillermo Heredia in the top of the eighth inning after swiping the bag and then getting tagged out in a rundown.
Pham went 2-for-3 with a walk, a stolen base and a run during a loss to the Orioles in Tuesday's first game of a doubleheader.
Pham was one of the few bright spots throughout the low-scoring loss for the Rays in the matinee. The veteran outfielder extended his hitting streak to four games with his performance in Game 1 of the twin bill, and he managed to subsequently hit safely in the nightcap as well. With the three combined hits Tuesday, Pham is now hitting .426 (20-for-47) with seven extra-base hits (six doubles, one home run), seven RBI, four walks, three steals and seven runs over the last 12 games.
Pham went 3-for-4 with a double, three RBI and a stolen base in Monday's win against Baltimore.
Pham doubled home a pair of runs in the fifth inning, and he delivered the game-winning single to left field in the bottom of the 10th, driving home Joey Wendle. Pham has registered multi-hit games in four of his last five contests, collecting three extra-base hits and five RBI over that stretch.
Pham went 2-for-4 with a double, a run scored and a stolen base in the Rays' 8-2 victory over the Indians on Sunday.
Pham has now hit safely in nine of his last 10 games and is slashing .375/.432/.575 at the plate over that same span. The 31-year-old outfielder has hit his stride at the perfect time of year while the Rays are in the thick of a neck-and-neck wild-card race. He should continue to roll as the ballclub is at home in a three-game series against a favorable opponent in the Orioles.
Pham went 2-for-4 with a two-run homer and a walk in Saturday's 9-6 win against the Indians.
Pham was 3-for-13 with six strikeouts over his last three contests heading into Saturday, but he got back on track with a 423-foot blast to left field in the third inning. The 31-year-old is sitting near his career averages in 2019 with a .272/.372/.460 slash line and 20 home runs in 123 games.
Pham went 2-for-3 with two doubles and a walk in a loss to the Astros on Tuesday.
Pham had the only two extra-base hits off Astros starter Justin Verlander and extended his on-base streak to 12 games in the process. It was also the third multi-hit effort of the last four games for Pham, who's rapped out four two-baggers overall during that stretch.
Pham (wrist) is starting in left field and batting second Saturday against the Orioles.
Pham jammed his right wrist during an at-bat Friday's and was removed from the game. However, he is healthy enough to return to the lineup without any additional missed time.
Pham was removed from Friday's game against the Orioles after jamming his right wrist during an at-bat, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Pham has been battling a hand issue of late, so he appears to have been removed as a precaution. He's not expected to miss any additional time due to the injury, per Topkin.
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