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.
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 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
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.
Rays give rare support to Jake Odorizzi as they bang out 15 hits en route to a 9-5 win over the Orioles to move back into first place in the AL East
Erasmo Ramirez shut the Baltimore Orioles out over seven innings as the Rays ended their six game losing streak,
Tim Beckham wasn't away from the Tampa Bay Rays for long, as he was recalled Monday after James Loney was placed on the 15-day disabled list.
James Loney will head to the disabled list with a broken finger.
The Tampa Bay Rays bullpen is gassed and after Friday's win over the Oakland Athletics they optioned Tim Beckham to Durham and called up Enny Romero.
The Tampa Bay Rays belted three home runs en route to a 5-2 victory over the Oakland Athletics.