Desmond Jennings is about three weeks removed from arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, and he has yet to resume baseball activites for the Rays.
The Rays disabled list shrunk last week with the activation of Tim Beckham and Matt Moore. James Loney, Jake Odorizzi, and John Jaso are close to returning.
Andrew Bellatti is the newest Rays player to be added to the disabled list. Matt Moore close to return and Jake Odorizzi's oblique strain only minor.
The Tampa Bay Rays have hung in above .500 and near the top of the AL East standings despite sending 15 players to the disabled list for a total of 17 stints (both most in majors). The Disabled List
The Tampa Bay Rays continue to work through their injury problems but the good news is that several players are getting closer to either returning to action with the Rays or being fully healthy if needed with the Durham
Matt Moore threw 2-innings in a simulated game in Port Charlotte Monday. He will throw a bullpen Wednesday and then either extended spring or simulated game
The Rays have a number of players on their 40-man roster that are getting healthy. Some will provide roster flexibility some will force tough decisions.
Joey Butler has had some trouble finding a consistent opportunity in the majors to this point in his career, but he might have that with the Rays.
Bullpen Finally Flounders As Rays Drop Series To O’s This afternoon the Tampa Bay Rays had a chance to take two of three against the Baltimore Orioles, but struggles by the bullpen in the seventh inning caused the series
The Rays placed Desmond Jennings on the 15-day disabled list with left knee bursitis Sunday, but he is hopeful to return after the minimum stay.