Tyler Glasnow (30, Tampa Bay Rays), who went down after one inning during a minor league rehabilitation game, seems to be in good shape.
The Tampa Bay Times, an American Tampa Bay media, mentioned Glasnow’s next minor league rehabilitation schedule on the 12th (hereinafter Korean time).
According to this, Glasnow will play a minor league Triple-A game on the 17th. He plans to return to the major leagues after one more round of rehabilitation.
Currently, the expected time to return to the major leagues is the end of this month. But there is no reason to rush. This is because Tampa Bay maintains a major league lead even without Glasnow.
Previously, Glasnow started his second rehabilitation game on the 11th, but after digesting only one inning, he came down from the mound due to an abnormality in the oblique part.
As a result, concerns arose that Glasnow might break away again. However, Glasnow did not show any abnormalities as a result of the examination, and will return to the mound on the 17th.
Glasnow has not been able to play many games since the last 2021 season. After undergoing elbow ligament splicing surgery (Tommy John surgery), he suffered an oblique injury ahead of this season.
Tampa Bay maintains the best mound, led by ace Shane Mcclanahan, even without Glasnow. The team’s ERA is in the 2-point range.
If Glasnow, who has a strong pitch, is normally included in the starting rotation, the mound power is expected to improve.
Glasnow went 5-2 with a 2.66 ERA in 88 innings in 14 games before undergoing Tommy John surgery in 2021.
His best weapon is a four-seam fastball that averages 97 mph and tops 100 mph. He also throws a slider and curveball, and a low-rate changeup. 메이저놀이터