The Tampa Bay Rays’ ‘Express Shield’ collapsed.
MLB.com, the official website of the Major League Baseball (MLB), reported on the 4th (Korean time) that Tampa Bay placed right-handed pitcher Peter Fairbanks (30) on the 15-day disabled list (IL). Fairbanks took the mound against the Chicago White Sox on 토토사이트 the 29th of last month and went down the mound in 2/3 innings.
MLB.com said, “In the chilly weather in Chicago, symptoms of Raynaud’s syndrome (a phenomenon accompanied by sensory changes such as pain and numbness in hands and feet due to cold or psychological changes) recurred, and the possibility of a return was discussed after returning to Tampa Bay, but it was unsuccessful. done. Eventually, he was enrolled in IL for right forearm inflammation. The date is retroactive to April 30th.
The departure of Fairbanks is painful. Fairbanks pitched in 8 games this season and maintained an ERA of ‘0’ with 3 hits and no runs in 7 2/3 innings. Adding last season, he is on a scoreless streak of 29 and 2/3 innings. After conceding against the Kansas City Royals on July 23 last year, he has not lost a goal in 30 consecutive games. Fortunately, the injuries are not serious. “I’m optimistic about (Fairbanks’s condition),” Tampa Bay manager Kevin Cash said. According to the date, he can return on the 16th, but he is expected to check his condition after throwing about one game in the bullpen before that.
Fairbanks is a specialist bullpen resource. Since his debut in 2019, his career (5 years) big league record is 11 wins, 12 losses, 31 holds, 18 saves, and an average ERA of 3.25. From last year to this year, there is no flaw with an average ERA of 0.85 with 11 saves in 32 games.