Glasnow (forearm) threw his second bullpen session Wednesday, the Associated Press reports.
Glasnow has now thrown a pair of bullpens in the last three days, certainly an encouraging development. The right-hander is slated for at least one more session off the mound before progressing to live batting practice and a subsequent rehab assignment, and he appears to be on track for an early-September return as a reliever.
Glasnow (forearm) said chances are very high that he'll return from the injured list in September, Josh Tolentino of The Athletic reports.
Glasnow said he felt really good after throwing 15 fastballs "close to game speed" Monday in his first bullpen session since suffering a setback in mid-June. The right-hander is scheduled to throw two more bullpen sessions before progressing to live batting practice and ultimately a rehab assignment. According to Juan Toribio of MLB.com, the Rays plan to bring Glasnow back as a reliever, as there isn't enough time left in the season for him to build back up for starting duty.
Glasnow (forearm) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Monday, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
Glasnow has been sidelined since early May with a right forearm strain, but he resumed his throwing program a couple weeks ago and now has his first bullpen session on tap. The 25-year-old could yet pitch again this season, but he still has some work to do in building up his arm strength.
Glasnow (forearm) played catch from 60 feet Monday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Glasnow has been out of action with a forearm strain since mid-May and hadn't thrown in any capacity since suffering a setback in late June. He still has time to pitch again this season, possibly in a bullpen role, though even a minor setback at this point could result in him being shut down for the season.
Glasnow (forearm) is slated to resume a throwing program Monday, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
The right-hander still remains without a clear timetable for return, but the resumption of his throwing program would certainly be a step in the right direction. Glasnow hasn't played so much as catch since a late-June setback in his recovery, and Toribio reports that he could be a bullpen option if he is able to return at some point this season.
Glasnow (forearm) was shut down for two more weeks Monday, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
Glasnow suffered a setback in late June and was shut down for three weeks at that time. After a checkup and follow-up MRI, his return to throwing has been delayed further. He's been out since May 10, so he'll require a long time to build his arm strength back up, putting his availability to pitch at any point this season in doubt.
Glasnow (forearm) is scheduled to meet with a doctor next week before the Rays decide on the next step in his rehab program, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
If the doctor determines during the checkup that Glasnow's strained right forearm is healing as anticipated, the 25-year-old could be cleared to resume a throwing program next week in a best-case scenario. Even if that's the case, Glasnow -- who has been on the shelf since mid-May -- would likely need around a month to condition his arm for a starter-level workload. Don't expect Glasnow to pitch for the Rays until late August at the earliest.
Glasnow (forearm) said Sunday that he's optimistic he'll pitch again this season after receiving positive reports following his most recent round of medical tests, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
Glasnow has been shut down since May 11 with a right forearm strain and recently experienced a setback during a throwing session earlier this month. The Rays will keep Glasnow on a no-throw program for the next two weeks, but the right-hander suggested that doctors have told him his UCL "looks really good" and that he'll merely need extra rest rather than surgery to address the lingering injury. Since he'll need time to build his arm back up after an extended layoff, Glasnow probably won't be ready to return from the 60-day injured list until around mid-August in a best-case scenario.
Glasnow (forearm) suffered a setback and will be shut down for three weeks, Josh Tolentino of The Athletic reports.
Glasnow apparently felt some discomfort while throwing in Oakland over the weekend, and a subsequent MRI revealed right flexor inflammation. This is a tough blow for the right-hander, who was originally hoping to be back around the All-Star break. Glasnow will be reevaluated in three weeks, at which point a new timetable for his return will hopefully emerge.
Glasnow (forearm) played catch Sunday and is set to throw a full bullpen during the team's upcoming three-game series in Minnesota, John Hickey of MLB.com reports.
Glasnow had most recently thrown a successful bullpen session Tuesday, and his throwing regimen Sunday was apparently intended to serve as a means of keeping his arm active ahead of what will be his third bullpen since going on the injured list May 11. The right-hander has only thrown fastballs over his first two bullpens, but he's expected to utilize his full arsenal in his upcoming session.
Glasnow (forearm) was surprised at how good he felt after Tuesday's bullpen session, and thinks he will throw another bullpen session Friday, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
He only threw fastballs, but the session went off without a hitch. It is unclear what the next step will be, but it sounds like he will need at least one more bullpen session where he possibly incorporates his curveball. Glasnow will need a rehab assignment at some point before returning to the big-league rotation, so it seems unlikely that he is back until after the All-Star break.
Glasnow (forearm) will throw a bullpen session Tuesday, Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Glasnow enjoyed a successful bullpen session Saturday, one in which he exclusively threw fastballs. The right-hander is working closely with pitching coach Kyle Snyder and bullpen coach Stan Boroski during his recovery, with both providing Glasnow key feedback during his sessions. If all goes well Tuesday, Glasnow could soon face live hitters as a next step.
Glasnow (forearm) engaged in a fastball-only throwing session Saturday, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
It was the first time throwing off a mound for Glasnow since he suffered his forearm strain. The right-hander didn't overextend himself, as the catcher stood only a few feet in front of him. Glasnow will next throw a bullpen session Tuesday or Wednesday, which would represent another notable step in his recovery.
Glasnow (forearm) will throw off a mound Saturday, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
This is a big step in his recovery from a forearm strain. The catcher will be setting up closer than usual, so it's not a full mound-to-home-plate session. If all goes well, he could throw a bullpen session Wednesday.
Glasnow threw from 90 feet Tuesday for the first time since straining his forearm, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
Glasnow keeps making steady progress in his recovery, though his placement on the 60-day injured list means he can't return until after the All-Star break. He's hoping to throw off a mound in about a week.
Glasnow's strained forearm is still feeling good and he remains on schedule in his recovery, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Glasnow has been on the 60-day injured list since mid-May and won't be eligible to return until after the All-Star break. He's still throwing from 75 feet but will soon advance to 90.
Glasnow (forearm) played catch from 75 feet before Sunday's game and reported that everything "felt good" upon conclusion of the session, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.
It's another positive sign for the recovering right-hander, who can't be activated from the 60-day injured list until July 10 at the earliest. Glasnow will presumably continue upping the distance in his catch sessions over the next several days before likely graduating to bullpen sessions.
The Rays transferred Glasnow (forearm) to the 60-day injured list Sunday, Steve Carney of Sports Radio 620 WDAE reports.
After Glasnow exited his May 10 start with a forearm strain that resulted in his placement on the 10-day injured list a day later, the Rays estimated that he would require 4-to-6 weeks to make a full recovery from the setback. Though recent reports suggested Glasnow was progressing as anticipated, the Rays' decision to move him to the 60-day IL implies that the 4-to-6-week estimate may have been overly optimistic. Glasnow now won't be eligible to return until at least July 10, leaving the Rays without one of their top arms through the All-Star break.
Glasnow (forearm) said Tuesday that he is pain free and he will progress to throwing a baseball soon, Steve Carney of Sports Radio 620 WDAE reports.
He threw a tennis ball Tuesday and has been doing cardio and weightlifting on the side. Glasnow is progressing better than expected and says he will be back sooner than later. The initial timetable was 4-to-6 weeks back on May 11, and while his recovery is going well, it would still be wise to view a mid-June return as the best-case scenario.
Glasnow has been diagnosed with a mild forearm strain and is expected to miss 4-6 weeks, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Glasnow appears to have avoided the worst after leaving his start Friday with forearm tightness, but fantasy players will still be without his services until sometime in June. Glasnow will be shut down for 7-10 days to give his arm time to heal and then rebuild his stamina after that. It remains to be seen who will take Glasnow's place in the rotation until he is ready to return.
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