Wil Myers is reportedly back and ready to play. According to Fox Sports reporter Andrew Astleford, the team officially reinstated him. Myers has been re-instated. #Rays — Andrew Astleford (@aastleford) August 20, 2014 That sound you hear is @mattsinn
Wil Myers has missed 60-games since breaking his wrist on May 30th at Fenway Park. He is set to begin his rehab assignment with the Durham Bulls Saturday.
The Tampa Bay Rays will have a number of players coming back this season and at least one - Jerry Sands - who will not be returning.
Mike Montgomery is beginning to realize the potential many had seen in him prior to the Rays acquiring him as part of the package for James Shields prior to the 2013 season.
According to Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times, the Rays have placed Wil Myers on the 15-day disabled list .
Rays Get Contributions From All Parts Of Roster In Winning Week The Tampa Bay Rays finished an eventful week with a record of 4-3 with series wins in both Boston and New York. The week included a controversial rules interpretation
Wil Myers hits a three-run inside-the-park home run in the third inning of today's game.
Jake Odorizzi Fails To Go Five Innings In 9-3 Loss To Yankees The Tampa Bay Rays dropped to 14-17 on the season and 4-5 on their current 10-game road trip by losing to the New York Yankees by a
Offense Explodes For Five In 14th To Defeat Yankees 10-5 A day after a day-night doubleheader the Rays needed a solid performance by David Price to give their weary bullpen a rest. They got what they needed as he delivered
Tampa Bay Rays’ outfielder Wil Myers traded in his rigorous practice and game schedule to immerse in the tropical oasis of Discovery Cove® in Orlando. The 2013 American League Rookie of the Year swam with real-life rays, dolphins and tropical fish. The mini-getaway left