Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Tyler Glasnow went down with an injury in late February and will open the regular season on the injured list. This is coming after a season where he didn’t take the mound till late September, recovering from Tommy John surgery.
Glasnow will head into his eighth season in the MLB including sixth in the Rays organization and has dealt with plenty of injuries over the years. His career high in starts came in 2021 when he started 14 games for Tampa Bay.
Tyler Glasnow injury update
May 24 Update — Glasnow is expected to start on Saturday, May 27 against the Los Angeles Dodgers. It will be his first start since last October and only his fourth since 2021.
May 17 Update — Glasnow has advanced in his rehab assignment to pitching for the team’s Triple-A affiliate. Barring any setbacks, he is expected to get the call-up and being activated by the end of the month.
April 10 — We’ve officially got our first Glasnow sighting of the season
A bullpen could reportedly follow this week, which would put Glasnow on track to return at some point towards the end of the month or the beginning of May — assuming no setbacks, of course.
March 29 — Glasnow is dealing with a Grade 2 strained oblique as injuries continue to be a problem for the 29-year-old righthander. He threw on flat ground from 75 feet away over the weekend, though a timeline for a return has not been announced. Glasnow was said to be out 6-8 weeks at the time of the injury, which would show a late April or early May return.