Rays pitcher Tyler Glasnow, who was scheduled to throw four innings and around 60 pitches in a rehab assignment for the Triple-A Durham Bulls Wednesday night against the Charlotte Knights, was pulled from his start after just one inning and 11 pitches.
Durham Bulls broadcaster Patrick Kinas broke the news on social media.
Was expected to go 4IP & +/- 65p. Made just 11 in first inning for @DurhamBulls
— Patrick Kinas ?? (@PatrickKinas) May 10, 2023
Glasnow has been shelved with a grade 2 oblique strain since the end of February, and had been expected to make tonight’s start and perhaps one more before being activated from the 15-day injured list.
The team told Bally Sports Sun’s Tricia Whitaker that the right-hander was pulled from his start with generalized left side tightness. According to Whitaker, the condition is thought to be mild, and that there was no upside to pushing through the situation.
Tyler Glasnow update after he was removed after the first inning of his second rehab start (was expected to go four).
Glasnow has generalized left-sided tightness, very mild in nature.
It was a mutual decision for halting outing.
And as Rays explained it “there was no upside…
— Tricia Whitaker (@TriciaWhitaker) May 10, 2023