Jake Odorizzi RUMORS & NEWS

  • 140d
    Tampa Bay Rays @RaysBaseball

    Kevin Cash has announced RHP @JakeOdorizzi will be activated Saturday to start vs. @astros. #RaysUp

  • 156d
    Roger Mooney @RMooneyTBO

    #rays Odorizzi (oblique) threw 40-pitch bullpen today. Said plan right now is for him to rejoin rotation in 2 weeks

  • Rays’ Odorizzi expects short stay on DL

    Tampa Tribune "As expected, Rays RHP Jake Odorizzi was placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with a left oblique strain. The good news is Odorizzi is not anticipating a lengthy stay on the DL. He said the results of the MRI showed a small hot spot, meaning the injury is not as severe as the oblique..." June 10

  • Rays’ Odorizzi feels better; status update on Tuesday

    Tampa Tribune "Right-hander Jake Odorizzi, who left Friday’s start with a left oblique strain, is scheduled to see team doctor Koco Eaton today. “I felt better (Sunday),” Odorizzi said. “I was able to sleep on it and everything. I felt a good amount better.” Cash said the team won’t have an update on..." June 08

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    Marc Topkin @TBTimes_Rays

    #Rays Maddon said they haven't decided yet between Hellickson and Odorizzi for Friday start

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    Marc Topkin @TBTimes_Rays

    Hearing #Rays calling up Odorizzi, who was to start tonight for Durham, so a fresh arm. Farnsworth may be headed to DL. Nothing official yet

  • Rays send rookie Odorizzi back to minors

    Tampa Bay Times "RHP Jake Odorizzi was optioned to Triple-A Durham Tuesday night, and it was not — at least completely — due to his performance on the mound. But Odorizzi didn't help his cause by lasting four innings in Monday's start. And with RHP Jeremy Hellickson going 51/3 innings Tuesday, the Rays sent..." May 29

  • Rays rookie Odorizzi struggles again

    Tampa Bay Times "The Rays say they remain confident rookie RHP Jake Odorizzi has a great future. But after Odorizzi struggled through his second start in place of injured LHP David Price, the Rays may have to decide what's in his immediate future. Given a 6-0 lead in the second inning Monday, Odorizzi failed..." May 28