Jesse Crain remains option for pen depending on his health. He could sign later in winter w someone after showing shoulder is good
Chicago Sun-Times "The White Sox finalized the July 29 trade of All-Star reliever Jesse Crain to the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday acquiring left-hander Sean Bierman and infielder Ben Kline and cash. Crain was on the disabled list with a shoulder strain at the time of the trade and did not pitch for the Rays. The..." October 16
Crain's shoulder not feeling right he is not available again tonight for #Rays. Possible he won't pitch at all this season.
CBSSports.com "On July 29 the Tampa Bay Rays acquired relief pitcher Jesse Crain from the Chicago White Sox for either a player to be named later or cash considerations. On September 23 Jesse Crain was finally activated and joined the Rays active roster the club announced. In between Crain was dealing with..." September 23
Hardball Talk "Jesse Crain was on the disabled list with a shoulder strain when the Rays acquired him in late July from the White Sox and he remains on the disabled list to this date. But things are suddenly looking good. According to beat writer Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times the Rays “expect Crain to be..." September 22
#rays Crain finished throwing bullpen. Heading in to do arm exercises. Indications are throwing session went well.
CSN Chicago "The old adage in Major League Baseball is that you can't have enough pitching. In most circumstances when a team with postseason aspirations makes a deal for an All-Star reliever the team expects for that player to help them at some point. For the Tampa Bay Rays and Jesse Crain things have not..." August 30
ESPN.com "The Chicago White Sox are close to trading All-Star reliever Jesse Crain in a "complicated" deal involving two teams including the Tampa Bay Rays according to a source with knowledge of the situation. The complicated part could center around the fact that Crain is on the disabled list with a..." July 29
Jesse Crain has been dealt to Tampa Bay according to a source.
RHP Jesse Crain reported by Espn Chicago to be in a trade involving #Rays is still on the DL with a sore shoulder no set date for return
Tampa Tribune "The Tampa Bay Rays added what they believe will be a key piece to the back of the bullpen Monday when they acquired right-hander Jesse Crain from the Chicago White Sox in exchange for players to be named later or cash considerations. Crain currently on the disabled list with a right shoulder..." July 29
Chicago Tribune "The waiting game resumes for reliever Jesse Crain and the White Sox. The reliever suffered a setback in his comeback from a right shoulder injury and that set back the ball club’s attempts to trade him before Wednesday’s non-waiver trading deadline. The shoulder didn’t feel well after he..." July 26
Crain said he'll throw off mound today, hopefully again Thurs and be ready for big league game as early as Sunday. Plan is to avoid rehab
Denver Post "Three Rockies are all-stars. But it was the guy from Colorado not in purple pinstripes who was hard to ignore. Jesse Crain is one of baseball's top setup men. The Rockies sorely need another trusted bullpen arm, given the failures of Wilton Lopez. Crain is available, his team, the White Sox,..." July 16
Crain, Konerko on DL
Chicago Tribune "Reliever Jesse Crain, who figured to be one of the Chicago White Sox's primary trade candidates this month, and first baseman Paul Konerko were placed on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday. Crain (shoulder strain) was placed on the DL retroactive to June 30, and manager Robin Ventura said he..." July 03
CBSSports.com "White Sox setup man Jesse Crain warmed up but did not appear in Tuesday night's game due to shoulder tightness, manager Robin Ventura confirmed to CSN Chicago. He was expected to start the eighth inning before bullpen coach Bobby Thigpen alerted Ventura the right-hander didn't feel..." July 03
Detroit Free Press "No strong team needs relief pitching more than the Detroit Tigers. No reliever is hotter than Jesse Crain. Don’t be shocked if Crain is closing games against the White Sox when the teams meet in Detroit before the All-Star break. When general manager Rick Hahn decides it’s time to cut his..." June 20
Chicago Sun-Times "The last roster question was answered Saturday when reliever Jesse Crain felt no discomfort after working an inning Friday against the Brewers." March 31
Chicago Tribune "Thanks to a late recovery by reliever Jesse Crain, the Chicago White Sox's opening day roster will look very familiar. Manager Robin Ventura said Saturday morning that Crain is fine, about 12 hours after he threw a scoreless fifth inning without showing any discomfort from a right adductor..." March 30
Chicago Tribune "After missing much of last spring with a strained right oblique muscle, White Sox reliever Jesse Crain says he won't rush back from a strained adductor muscle this spring. "I just don't want to go through what I went through last year," Crain said. "Hopefully it is something we can get knocked..." March 05