Rays give Will Rhymes day off


By The Sports XChange In today's edition of Rays Roundup: Will Rhymes is doing fine after a scary fainting episode last night, the Rays acquire career minor league player Rich Thompson from the Phillies to add outfield depth, Brandon Guyer becomes the

Tampa Bay Rays infielder Will Rhymes passed out Wednesday night minutes after being hit in the forearm by a pitch. Rhymes is all right, though, and has only a wicked bruise.

By The Sports Xchange | The SportsXchange – 13 hours ago Tampa Bay Rays infielder Will Rhymes said he felt lucky after a scary incident in Wednesday's 2-1 win over the Boston Red Sox in which he collapsed and passed out on the field after being struck

Tampa Bay Rays infielder Will Rhymes talks about passing out after being hit by a pitch on the forearm. (YouTube / Tampa Bay Times) ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Rays second baseman Will Rhymes said he felt "extremely lucky" to only be listed day-to-day

Second baseman Will Rhymes took a hard two-seamer from Franklin Morales flush on the forearm. The sound of ball on bone was distinct and almost nauseatingly loud, and Rhymes went down in a heap. Still in obvious pain, Rhymes made his way to first base

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