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Jeffrey Springs

Jeffrey Springs

SP - Tampa Bay Rays - IL60

Age: 31College: Appalachian StateBats: LThrows: LCountry: USA

Next Game

Wed, 4/17 6:50pm
Rank P #236
Projection (?) 1.3 pts

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Jeffrey Springs expected to return in July or August

Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Jeffrey Springs is expected to return sometime in July or August of 2024.

Fantasy Impact

The left-hander underwent Tommy John surgery in May of last season and will miss a significant chunk of the 2024 season as a result. He made just three starts in 2023, dominating to the tune of a 0.56 ERA in his 16 innings of work while he broke out with a 2.46 ERA across 33 appearances (25 starts) in the 2022 campaign.

Brenton Kemp9 weeks ago
Jeffrey Springs (elbow) resumes throwing

Jeffrey Springs has resumed throwing as he recovers from Tommy John surgery.

Fantasy Impact

Rays manager Kevin Cash said that Springs mood has been good, which is always a good sign from rehabbing players. He is not expected to be ready until close to the All-Star break after posting a 0.56 ERA across three starts prior to his injury last season.

Ari Koslow19 weeks ago
Jeffrey Springs to undergo Tommy John surgery

Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Jeffrey Springs is expected to undergo Tommy John surgery and will be sidelined deep into the 2024 season.

Fantasy Impact

Springs left his last start early due to an arm issue and the worst-case scenario has been confirmed as he will indeed undergo Tommy John surgery and miss the remainder of the season. Springs was breaking out as a fantasy ace this season with 16 innings of one-run ball with 24 strikeouts on the young season but the left-hander is now out until at least the All-Star break in 2024. Prospect Taj Bradley is in line to take Springs' spot on the Rays' roster.

Brenton Kemp52 weeks ago
Jeffrey Springs expected to miss at least two months

Jeffrey Springs is expected to miss at least two months due to the arm/elbow injury he suffered in his last start.

Fantasy Impact

The 30-year-old will head for additional testing to identify a specific diagnosis, though they expect that it is more than a nerve injury. If it requires surgery, he will probably be done for the season. Given the dominating pitching he demonstrated in his first three starts, he will be hard to replace. Springs can be stashed on the IL by those with space and those in dynasty leagues, but he is droppable in redraft if space is needed. Taj Bradley is in line to replace him in the Tampa Bay rotation and is worth a pickup in deeper leagues.

Kelly Kirby1 year ago
Jeffrey Springs leaves Thursday's start early

Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Jeffrey Spring left Thursday's start in the fourth inning due to what appeared to be a hand, elbow, or forearm issue.

Fantasy Impact

Spring could be seen squeezing his fist and checked his elbow and hand after delivering a pitch to Red Sox DH Justin Turner. He was immediately removed from the game by manager Kevin Cash. Of course, this is seriously concerning as Springs is a budding superstar who hadn't allowed an earned run across two starts and 13 innings with 19 strikeouts entering Wednesday's contest. More information should be available in the next couple of days.

Brenton Kemp1 year ago