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Tyler Glasnow looked fantastic against the Red Sox on Monday, striking out seven batters over just 3 2/3 innings of shutout baseball. He surrendered just two hits and one walk but did not factor into the final decision. Tampa Bay ultimately fell to Boston by a score of 4-3.
This was Glasnow's second start since returning from the injured list. Over his two outings (6 2/3 innings), he surrendered one earned run and two walks while striking out a whopping 10 batters. He should be rostered in all fantasy leagues.
Tyler Glasnow (elbow) allowed one run, two hits, and one walk over three innings of work during his return from the injured list on Wednesday. He also struck out three batters. Tampa Bay ultimately fell to Cleveland by a score of 2-1 in extra innings.
Thanks to Tommy John surgery, this was Glasnow's first MLB outing since June 14. He looked solid, touching 99 mph on the radar gun. The right-hander should complement Shane McClanahan quite nicely in this electric Tampa Bay rotation.
Tyler Glasnow was reinstated from the IL by the Rays and will start Wednesday’s game.
Glasnow underwent Tommy John surgery in August 2021 and has made four rehab appearances in Triple-A. It will be his first start in the Majors since June 2021.
Tyler Glasnow (elbow) is expected to be activated from the IL Wednesday to start against the Guardians.
Glasnow threw a bullpen session Sunday and looks to be ready to make his 2022 debut. He will be limited to around 45 pitches or 2-3 innings and likely won't work up to a full workload until 2023. He had a 2.66 ERA and 12.58 K/9 in 2021.
Tyler Glasnow is expected to make another rehab outing for Triple-A Durham on Friday.
Rays manager Kevin Cash said reports on Glasnow's rehab outing on Sunday were all positive. If he can work one more outing with no issues, it sounds like there is a chance he re-joins the Rays at that point.