Tomorrow LHP Jake McGee will undergo arthroscopic surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee. He is expected to miss 6-to-8 weeks.
#Rays McGee "tweaked" left knee last night, flew home to see doc
Source: Teams calling on Rays' relievers Boxberger and McGee, but it would take a "deadline type premium" for TB to move them.
Hardball Talk "Rays closer Jake McGee, who’s been on the disabled list all season following December elbow surgery, is on the verge of returning. Manager Kevin Cash told Roger Mooney of the Tampa Bay Times: “I think we’ll see him at some point over the weekend.” Tampa Bay begins a three-game series with..." May 15
The Score "Tampa Bay Rays reliever Jake McGee provided an encouraging update Tuesday, roughly one month after undergoing arthroscopic elbow surgery. The imposing left-hander could make his 2015 debut sooner than initially expected. McGee said shortly after his procedure that he may not be able to return..." January 13
And #Rays announce Jake McGee had arthroscopic elbow surgery on Friday, will start year on DL
Tampa Tribune "Jake McGee took the mound Tuesday during the fourth inning for another inning of work this spring, and up stepped David Ortiz. Perfect. The left-handed McGee was hoping to face a left-handed batter Tuesday when the Tampa Bay Rays played the Boston Red Sox. Having faced three righties in his..." March 05
Tampa Bay Times "Rays LHP Jake McGee is working on an answer to the complaints that he can't be effective throwing only a fastball. Two answers, actually. McGee is throwing a curveball and a changeup this spring, with plans to incorporate both into what now could be an intriguing three-pitch..." February 17
Tampa Tribune "The last thing the Rays wanted to see was another pitcher walk off the mound with an injury, but that’s what happened Thursday when LHP Jake McGee could not continue pitching after taking a line drive by 3B Miguel Cabrera off his left shin in the seventh inning. McGee threw two warm-up pitches..." June 07
Tampa Bay Times "When the Rays converted hard-throwing left-hander Jake McGee to a reliever three years ago, they knew he could eventually become a late-inning weapon. The 6-foot-3, 230-pound former starter boasted a rising, mid to high 90s fastball, as well as a slow heartbeat that helped him command any..." March 06