Matt Moore is scheduled to pitch in what should be his final extended spring game before heading out onto a rehab assignment Thursday vs. the GCL Red Sox.
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 is continuing to progress well in his recovery from Tommy John surgery and is set to throw in an extended spring training game Saturday.
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
Matt Moore took a step forward in his recovery from Tommy John surgery Wednesday in what was his third live BP session, simulating an up-down situation.
Matt Moore, who is recovering from Tommy John surgery, is likely to throw two more throwing sessions to hitters before setting out on a rehab assignment.
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.
Nathan Karns threw a career-high 117 pitches and collected a career-high nine strikeouts for the Tampa Bay Rays in his start vs. the Rangers on Friday.
Tampa Bay Rays left-hander Matt Moore threw his second session of live batting practice Friday in his recovery from Tommy John surgery.
Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Alex Cobb has announced that he has decided to undergo Tommy John surgery and is hopeful to return next season.