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Oliver Drake

Oliver Drake


Age: 36College: NavyBats: RThrows: R

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Oliver Drake placed on 60-day IL

The Rays placed RHP Oliver Drake on the 60-day IL with a right flexor strain.

Fantasy Impact

Drake suffered the injury in the playoffs last year. This move sidelines him through late-May.

Oliver Drake elects to become free agent

Oliver Drake, who was designated for assignment last week by the Rays, has elected to become a free agent rather than accept an outright assignment, per beat writer Marc Topkin.

Fantasy Impact

The 33-year old will test the waters in free agency but could still potentially resign with the Rays, Topkin mentioned. Drake battled biceps tendinitis during the regular season, which required an IL stint, and strained his right flexor tendon earlier in the postseason.

Jon Mathisen2 years ago
Oliver Drake (biceps) activated from the 10-day injured list

Oliver Drake was activated from the 10-day injured list. He missed over a month with biceps tendinitis.

Fantasy Impact

Drake has registered a 3.38 ERA and 1.13 WHIP with a pair of saves over 5 1/3 innings this year. He shouldn't be counted on for any save opportunities down the stretch, though, as Diego Castillo leads the committee in Tampa.

Jon Mathisen3 years ago
Oliver Drake (biceps) to return this weekend

Oliver Drake (biceps) is expected to return to the Rays' bullpen this weekend.

Fantasy Impact

Drake has missed a month with biceps tendinitis. The 33-year-old picked up a couple of saves during the first week of the season but he shouldn't be relied on for any down the stretch. Tampa Bay will likely continue to mix and match in the ninth inning.

Oliver Drake (biceps) throws a successful bullpen session

Oliver Drake (biceps) threw a successful 15-pitch bullpen on Tuesday.

Fantasy Impact

It was the first time Drake has thrown off a mound since landing on the injured list back on August 9th. He got two saves early on this season but the Rays have mixed and matched enough during his absence that it's tough to project him for any more moving forward.