Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Matt Moore reacts to his four-plus innings performance against the Indians, which marked his return from Tommy John Surgery.
The Tampa Bay Rays dropped the series finale against the Cleveland Indians Thursdays afternoon in extra-innings in what was Matt Moore's season debut.
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.
The Tampa Bay Rays came within one strike of being no-hit Wednesday night, but they still dropped their third straight game against the Cleveland Indians.
Matt Moore makes his season debut for the Rays on Thursday, and it will be the final step in what has been a tough journey over the past 14 months.
Matt Moore had his rehab start against the Columbus Clippers rained out. It is expected that he will pitch Saturday and could return to Rays Thursday.
Matt Moore will make the fourth of a possible five or six rehab appearances for the Rays as he takes the mound in Triple-A for the first time in his rehab.
Matt Moore made his third rehab start for the Charlotte Stone Crabs and made 78 pitches going 4.2 innings of solid work on his way back to the Rays rotation
Matt Moore had his third rehab start on Tuesday night rained out but will look to throw 80-pitches for the Crabs tonight in the first game of a doubleheader
The Tampa Bay Rays selected switch hitting second baseman Riley Unroe in the second round (#60 overall) of the 2013 draft out of Desert Ridge High School in Mesa, Arizona. After he signed he reported to the Rays Gulf