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.
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.
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.
Glasnow (elbow) will be shut down for four weeks while he receives treatment, Steve Carney of Sports Radio 620 WDAE reports.
Manager Kevin Cash seemed encouraged by the latest update for the Rays' ace right-hander, as it looks like Glasnow could resume throwing in a month's time. If that timeline holds, he'd need about four more weeks to get all the way stretched out before returning to the rotation. Obviously, a lot could take place between now and mid-July, but given this update, a mid-to-late August return is not out of the question for the 27-year-old.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Glasnow will start Tuesday against the Nationals instead of Sunday against the Rangers, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports.
Glasnow is not dealing with any injury, but the Rays are just attempting to manage his workload. The move should also allow another day of rest for Ryan Yarbrough, who threw a complete game Thursday. Sunday will be a bullpen game for the Rays, with the starter yet to be announced.
Glasnow allowed three earned runs on four hits and two walks while striking out eight across seven innings Tuesday against the Yankees. He did not factor into the decision.
Glasnow battled wildness in the third inning, as he walked two and threw a wild pitch to force in two runs. However, he otherwise turned in another strong outing, generating 15 swinging strikes on 100 total pitches. Through 12 starts, Glasnow has completed seven or more innings on five occasions while striking out eight or more in nine outings. Overall, he has a 2.69 ERA with 106 strikeouts across 77 frames.
Glasnow allowed three hits and two walks while striking out 11 across eight scoreless innings Wednesday against the Royals. He did not factor into the decision.
Glasnow dominated the Royals and began his outing by retiring 13 consecutive batters. He's now racked up double-digit strikeouts in six of his 11 starts this season, with his effort Wednesday backed by 25 swinging strikes across 102 total pitches. Glasnow now owns a 2.57 ERA with 98 strikeouts across 70 innings for the season.
Glasnow didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 9-7 extra-innings win over the Blue Jays, coughing up five runs on nine hits and a walk over 4.2 innings. He struck out two.
The Jays jumped on Glasnow for four runs through the first three innings, but the Rays were able to tie it up after he exited and get the right-hander off the hook for the loss. The two strikeouts were his lowest total of the year by far -- he hadn't fanned fewer than seven in any of his previous nine outings -- while the five earned runs tied his season high. Despite the speed bump, Glasnow will take a 2.90 ERA, 0.97 WHIP and 87:21 K:BB through 62 innings into his next outing.
Glasnow allowed two runs on five hits and a walk while striking out 10 over eight innings in a no-decision versus the Mets on Friday.
The only damage against Glasnow came in the form of a two-run home run by Jonathan Villar in the fifth inning. Friday was the fifth time in nine starts Glasnow has racked up double-digit strikeouts. Unfortunately, he's given up seven long balls in his last five outings. For the season, the right-hander has a 2.35 ERA, 0.97 WHIP and 85:20 K:BB across 57.1 innings. He remains at 4-2 heading into next week's start versus Baltimore.
Glasnow (4-2) was tagged with the loss Saturday against the Athletics after allowing three runs on two hits and four walks while fanning 11 across 5.2 innings.
Glasnow couldn't complete the sixth inning and while the 11 strikeouts were nice, he still issued at least four walks for the third time over his last five starts. Glasnow has slowed down a bit after an excellent start to the campaign and has given up three or more runs in three of his last four starts, but he's still posted a strong 39:12 K:BB during that four-game stretch. He's tabbed to take the ball next week at home against the Mets.
Glasnow (4-1) yielded three runs on four hits and four walks over six innings Monday, striking out eight and earning a win over the Angels.
Glasnow rolled through five scoreless innings before he coughed up two homers in the sixth to Shohei Ohtani and Anthony Rendon. After he issued just three walks in 19.2 innings to begin the season, the flamethrowing righty has now walked 12 batters in 24 innings over his last four starts. Still, he's sporting a strong 2.06 ERA and 64:15 K:BB. Glasnow is projected to face the Athletics on the road this weekend.
Glasnow (3-1) picked up the win in Wednesday's 2-0 victory over the A's, giving up five hits and two walks over seven scoreless innings while striking out 10.
It was another dominant performance for the 27-year-old right-hander, who threw 67 of 97 pitches for strikes while fanning double-digit batters for the third time in his last four starts. Glasnow will take a sparkling 1.67 ERA and 56:11 K:BB through 37.2 innings into his next start.
Glasnow (2-1) allowed five runs on five hits and two walks while striking out 10 in six innings to take the loss against the Blue Jays on Friday.
Glasnow struck out the first two batters he faced Friday, but he allowed the Blue Jays to put up four runs in a two-out rally in the first inning. While the Rays brought the game within one run in the bottom of the fifth inning, Glasnow gave up a solo home run in the top of the sixth and was ultimately charged with his first loss of 2021. The righty has posted a 2.05 ERA and 0.75 WHIP with 46 strikeouts in 30.2 innings across his first five starts of the season. He lines up to make his next start at home against the Athletics on Wednesday.
Glasnow (2-0) earned the win Saturday against the Yankees after allowing one run on two hits with seven strikeouts and four walks over five innings.
The 27-year-old was a bit wild and required 105 pitches for 15 outs, preventing him from working deeper into the contest. Still, it was another strong performance from Glasnow, who has surrendered only two runs over 24.2 innings to open the season. The right-hander should match up with the Blue Jays next weekend.
|Last 7 Games|
|06/14||@ CHW||W 5-2||4.0||3||2||1||6|
|06/08||vs WAS||W 3-1||1||7.0||6||1||1||11|
|06/01||@ NYY||L 3-5||7.0||4||3||2||8|
|05/26||vs KC||W 2-1||8.0||3||0||2||11|
|05/21||@ TOR||W 9-7||4.2||9||5||1||2|
|05/14||vs NYM||W 3-2||8.0||5||2||1||10|
|05/08||@ OAK||L 3-6||1||5.2||2||3||4||11|
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|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2012||ASX-State College Spikes||4.0||1||1||0||0||0||0||4||1||4||0.00||1.250|
|2013||AFX-West Virginia Power||111.1||24||24||0||9||3||0||164||61||54||2.19||1.035|
|2015||ASX-West Virginia Black||5.1||2||2||0||0||1||0||6||2||3||3.53||0.980|