LF,RF,DH - TB - IL10
The Rays placed Austin Meadows on the 10-day injured list with a Grade 2 oblique strain.
Meadows left Thursday's game against the Orioles with oblique soreness. Since it's a Grade 2 strain there's a chance he might not return this season. Tampa Bay would need to go on a deep playoff run for him to make it back. This definitely hurts, but the Rays will surely find a way to work around it.
Austin Meadows exited Thursday's game against the Baltimore Orioles with left oblique soreness.
Meadows drew a walk in his lone at-bat before leaving the game. He was replaced in left field by Manuel Margot. The Rays should provide an update on Meadows' status following the conclusion of the game.
Austin Meadows hit a leadoff homer in the Rays' 5-4 win over the Red Sox on Saturday.
It was his only hit in four at bats. It's a much needed hit for the 25-year-old outfielder, who is batting just .208 with a .694 OPS this season. Fantasy managers can consider sitting him with playoffs approaching, but only if you have a good alternative.
Austin Meadows went 0-for-5 with four strikeouts in Tuesday's loss to the Nationals.
Meadows is now hitting just .202/.288/.358 through 29 games. He missed the beginning of the year following a positive COVID-19 diagnosis and just hasn't looked like himself so far. He can be dropped if fantasy managers need to pick up a hot bat down the stretch.
Austin Meadows went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts in the Rays' win over the Marlins on Sunday.
Meadows hasn't been himself since getting a late start to the season following a positive COVID-19 test. He's hitting .220 with three homers, one steal, and a .694 OPS in 27 games.