Arroyo (elbow) and Hunter Wood were traded from the Rays to the Indians on Sunday in exchange for Ruben Cardenas and international signing money, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Arroyo has been on the shelf since June 13 due to an elbow injury, and there has yet to be an update on his recovery. Prior to suffering the injury, he was hitting .220 with two homers and seven RBI over 16 games this season for Tampa Bay.
Arroyo (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Saturday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Arroyo has been out with an elbow injury since mid-June and is now set to miss at least another month. The move makes room on the 40-man roster for Peter Fairbanks, acquired in a trade from Texas in a corresponding move.
Contrary to previous reports, Arroyo was not optioned to Triple-A Durham on Wednesday; he was placed on the 10-day injured list with an elbow injury, Josh Tolentino of The Athletic reports.
Arroyo apparently picked up the injury during Wednesday's loss to the Athletics, during which he started at third base and went 2-for-4 with a run scored. Specifics regarding the issue are not yet known, leaving his return date unclear. Hunter Wood was recalled from Triple-A in a corresponding roster move.
Arroyo was optioned to Triple-A Durham following Wednesday's loss to the Athletics, Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Arroyo received the start at third base Wednesday and went 2-for-4 with a run scored, but he will nonetheless head back to Triple-A with Joey Wendle (wrist) returning from the injured list. Arroyo has struggled in the majors this season overall with a .220/.304/.380 slash line and 18 strikeouts in 57 plate appearances.
Arroyo will start at third base and bat ninth Wednesday against the Athletics.
Arroyo enjoyed a stretch of seven consecutive starts earlier in the month, but he looks like little more than a short-side platoon player at this point. He'll enter the lineup for only the third time in the last seven games, filling in at the hot corner while Yandy Diaz moves over to first base in place of a resting Ji-Man Choi.
Arroyo will start at third base and bat sixth Thursday against the Tigers, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Though he's mostly served as a lightly used reserve infielder during his multiple stints with the Rays this season, Arroyo seems to have gained the trust of skipper Kevin Cash over the past week. The 24-year-old will draw a seventh consecutive start Thursday after supplying a .952 OPS over the previous six contests. Until Joey Wendle (wrist) returns from the 10-day injured list, Arroyo looks like he could have a path to at least semi-regular action.
Arroyo went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run Sunday against the Twins.
Arroyo took Blake Parker deep in the eighth inning to record his second homer of the season, and second in as many days. Even with Yandy Diaz (hand) back in the lineup Sunday, Arroyo drew the start at third base. However, his playing will come under further pressure when Avisail Garcia (hamstring) and Tommy Pham (lower leg) can return to the lineup.
Arroyo went 1-for-4 with a solo home run as the Rays fell to the Twins on Saturday.
Arroyo cut the Minnesota lead to four with his blast off Ryne Harper in the eighth inning. The 24-year-old is getting playing time with Yandy Diaz (hand) on the injured list and already has three extra-base hits since he was called up Thursday. Arroyo holds a .231/.286/.423 slash line in 26 at-bats this season.
Arroyo, who was called up from Triple-A Durham earlier in the day, went 2-for-5 with a two-run double, another two-bagger and two runs in a win over the Twins on Thursday.
Arroyo's second big-league stint of 2019 got off to a strong start after he hit just .214 over a six-game stay with the Rays in April. The 24-year-old had been thriving at Durham, however, slashing .314/.381/.603 over a 33-game sample. Arroyo offers extra depth at the hot corner with Yandy Diaz (hand) still on the injured list, and he could potentially stick after the latter returns if he proves sufficiently productive.
Arroyo was recalled from Triple-A Durham on Thursday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Andrew Velazquez was sent to the minors in a corresponding move, while Arroyo should be available for Thursday's series opener against the Twins. The 24-year-old infielder has spent most of the season with Durham, slashing .314/.381/.603 with eight homers and 29 RBI in 33 games for the Bulls. Arroyo has yet to put it together at the major-league level, evidenced by his .214 average and .596 OPS across parts of three big-league seasons (60 games), so look for him to offer a right-handed bat off the bench during his time with the big club.
The Rays optioned Arroyo to Triple-A Durham on Monday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
With the Rays bringing up first-base prospect Nate Lowe from Triple-A, Arroyo became expendable with both Brandon Lowe and Daniel Robertson capable of filling the utility infield role that had been Arroyo's domain of late. Arroyo should at least rank near the top of the list for another callup if another injury hits the Tampa Bay infield.
Arroyo was recalled from Triple-A Durham on Thursday, Josh Tolentino of The Athletic reports.
Arroyo will provide infield depth for the Rays with Joey Wendle landing on the shelf due to a fractured right wrist. The 23-year-old infielder appeared in four games for the big club earlier in the season, going 3-for-9 with two RBI and five strikeouts.
Arroyo was optioned to Triple-A Durham on Monday, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
Arroyo will leave the roster just one day after recording a multi-hit game. He could be up and down throughout the season whenever the Rays need a utility infielder. Reliever Hunter Wood takes his place on the roster.
Arroyo went 2-for-3 with a pair of base hits and an RBI in Sunday's 3-0 win over the Giants.
Manager Kevin Cash wanted to stock the lineup with more right-handed bats to counter Giants southpaw Drew Pomeranz, so Arroyo picked up his second start for the Rays since being promoted from Triple-A Durham earlier last week. Arroyo was able to capitalize on the opportunity, but it still doesn't appear he'll be in line for steady at-bats while he's up with the big club. Even with the Rays facing another lefty Monday in the White Sox's Carlos Rodon, Arroyo will find himself back on the bench.
The Rays recalled Arroyo from Triple-A Durham on Monday.
As anticipated, Arroyo will assume the active roster spot of Joey Wendle (hamstring), who was placed on the injured list in a corresponding move. Arroyo will bolster the Rays' depth in the infield but isn't expected to see regular at-bats for the duration of his stay in Tampa Bay.
The Rays plan to recall Arroyo from Triple-A Durham prior to Monday's game against the Rockies, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
With Joey Wendle (hamstring) headed to the injured list, Arroyo will move up to the big club to provide an extra infielder off the bench. Even with Wendle's absence, the Rays still have a couple of versatile infield options in Daniel Robertson and Brandon Lowe, both of whom are more likely than Arroyo to benefit from increased at-bats.
The Rays optioned Arroyo to their minor-league camp Saturday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Arroyo's demotion from big-league camp comes as a surprise with Matt Duffy (hamstring) uncertain to be ready for Opening Day. The Rays' decision to send Arroyo down may speak to how far he's fallen in the organizational pecking order after he failed to make much of an offensive impact in the majors or at Triple-A Durham during an injury-plagued 2018 campaign. Along with Duffy, Willy Adames, Daniel Robertson, Joey Wendle and Yandy Diaz all look like higher-priority option for the Rays on the left side of the infield.
Arroyo went 1-for-1 with a solo homer in Tuesday's win over the Orioles.
Arroyo went deep in his only at-bat Tuesday, jumping on a first-pitch offering from Jay Flaa during the Rays' 10-run eighth inning. The 23-year-old is off to a fine start to spring, going 2-for-3 with a homer, though he's currently on the outside looking in at an Opening Day roster spot.
Arroyo (concussion) was activated from the disabled list at Triple-A Durham on Thursday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. He went 0-for-3 with a walk in a loss to Pawtucket.
Arroyo sustained a concussion after taking a pitch to the helmet July 29. The 23-year-old generated a solid .264/.339/.396 line with the Rays over 20 games earlier in the season, but he's been markedly less successful with the Bulls -- factoring in Thursday's contest, he's slashing a pedestrian .210/.274/.339 over 33 games.
Arroyo sustained a concussion after getting hit in the head by a pitch while playing for Triple-A Durham on Sunday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Arroyo has hit .264/.339/.396 in 20 games for the Rays this season. He'll likely miss at least a week with the concussion, though an exact timeline is very hard to predict for that sort of injury.
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