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Rays | Jake McGee throws pain-free

Fri, 24 Apr 2015 14:36:54 -0700

Tampa Bay Rays RP Jake McGee (elbow, back) played catch without pain from his stiff back Friday, April 24. McGee said he expects to throw a bullpen session Saturday, April 25. If all goes well, McGee will pitch in a game early next week with Single-A Charlotte, and then he could begin his rehab assignment with Triple-A Durham. McGee is targeting the second week of May for a return to the Rays.

Fantasy Tip: Continue to stash McGee with the expectation he returns to the closer role. However, there are no guarantees he'll step right back in immediately or keep the job. Continue to check back for updates on his recovery and his return timeline.

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Rays | Jake McGee has back stiffness

Tue, 21 Apr 2015 13:34:12 -0700

Tampa Bay Rays RP Jake McGee (elbow, back) is dealing with some stiffness in his back, but manager Kevin Cash said it shouldn't be more than a few days until he's throwing again.

Fantasy Tip: McGee is expected to be back with the Rays early next month. However, he may not get a chance to jump immediately back into the closer's role with Brad Boxberger handling ninth-inning duties just fine to begin the year. Nevertheless, McGee deserves a roster spot in all fantasy baseball leagues.

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Rays | Jake McGee begins rehab stint

Mon, 20 Apr 2015 06:08:35 -0700

Tampa Bay Rays RP Jake McGee (elbow) is headed to Triple-A Durham for a rehab assignment Monday, April 20. He's expected to pitch in three games before returning around May 1.

Fantasy Tip: McGee will likely be eased in with Brad Boxberger so effective as closer. He could figure into the closing mix as we progress.

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Rays | Jake McGee may play in rehab game soon

Sat, 18 Apr 2015 05:26:23 -0700

Tampa Bay Rays RP Jake McGee (elbow) is expected to begin a rehab assignment in the near future.

Fantasy Tip: McGee likely will need to pitch in a few rehab games before rejoining the Rays. McGee may take over the closer role when he is activated from the 15-day disabled list and could be added to starting lineups in fantasy leagues.

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Rays | Jake McGee tosses an inning

Thu, 16 Apr 2015 14:43:35 -0700

Tampa Bay Rays RP Jake McGee (elbow) pitched an inning in an extended spring game Thursday, April 16. Manager Kevin Cash said it went well and the organization will determine the next step in McGee's rehab Friday, April 17.

Fantasy Tip: In McGee's absence, Brad Boxberger has fared well in the closer role, and there is a chance McGee doesn't return and immediately take over the ninth-inning job. McGee is worth stashing, and Boxberger remains a solid source for saves in all formats. Continue to check back for updates on McGee's recovery and return timeline.

Comment (0) | Share: Tweet!Share on Facebook | Source: The Tampa Tribune - Roger Mooney

Rays | Jake McGee cleared to pitch

Thu, 16 Apr 2015 07:42:00 -0700

Tampa Bay Rays RP Jake McGee (elbow) has been cleared to begin appearing in games Thursday, April 16, at extended spring training.

Fantasy Tip: McGee could be back in a couple weeks, but the team will likely ease him in. Brad Boxberger has been lights out with three saves and seven K's in 4 1/3 innings. McGee isn't guaranteed to be the closer, but he could figure in the mix in the near future.

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Rays | Jake McGee throws Monday

Mon, 13 Apr 2015 15:21:31 -0700

Tampa Bay Rays RP Jake McGee (elbow) threw 30 pitches of live batting practice Monday, April 13, and he's scheduled to thrown in an extended spring game Thursday, April 16.

Fantasy Tip: McGee is expected to have a chance to regain the closer's role when he's healthy next month. Right now, Brad Boxberger is the team's closer, and things could get frustrating when McGee returns to full health. Stash McGee for now in all leagues.

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Rays | Jake McGee facing hitters Thursday

Wed, 08 Apr 2015 13:34:19 -0700

Tampa Bay Rays RP Jake McGee (elbow) will throw his first live batting practice session Thursday, April 9.

Fantasy Tip: McGee continues to work his way back from elbow surgery and projects to miss the first month of the season. Currently, Brad Boxberger is serving as the closer, but McGee is expected to return to the role when healthy. Still, there are no guarantees in the closer racket, so while worth stashing, McGee might not return to the ninth inning if Boxberger thrives.

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Rays | Jake McGee will throw Tuesday

Mon, 30 Mar 2015 07:15:57 -0700

Tampa Bay Rays RP Jake McGee (elbow) will throw a bullpen session Tuesday, March 31.

Fantasy Tip: McGee is expected to miss the first month, but he's a great value if he slips to your third RP in drafts.

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Rays | Brad Boxberger to fill in at closer

Mon, 30 Mar 2015 06:28:37 -0700

Tampa Bay Rays RP Brad Boxberger will likely see the biggest share of the closer role the first month of the season while RP Jake McGee (elbow) recovers from elbow surgery.

Fantasy Tip: Boxberger had a dominant season with 104 K's in 64 2/3 innings, a 2.37 ERA and 0.84 WHIP in 2014. He will retain value even if he relinquishes the closer role when McGee returns.

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