#Rays Neander said Brent Honeywell's recovery is going "really well" but the club just wanted to go with active players with the 60-man pool. Follow and interact with him on Twitter, @SamDykstraMiLB. Wander Franco is on the list, Brent Honeywell is not, #Rats release 60-man player pool roster pic.twitter.com/IZej8LHoDv, Here's a quick take on #Rays 60-man pool, which is mostly the group that was in big-league with a few additions, such as that Wander Franco guy https://t.co/8z5LSETZVr. All Rights Reserved.

72 overall pick. To learn more or opt-out, read our Cookie Policy. Draft: Drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2nd round of the 2014 MLB June Amateur Draft from Walters State Community College (Morristown, TN). Brent Honeywell Jr. Brent Honeywell (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images). While the Rays are happy with their current rotation of Charlie Morton, Blake Snell, Tyler Glasnow, Yonny Chirinos, and Ryan Yarbrough, you never know who will struggle or get hurt. Build your custom FanSided Daily email newsletter with news and analysis on Tampa Bay Rays and all your favorite sports teams, TV shows, and more. Honeywell fractured a bone in his elbow on Saturday, June 8th of 2019. The Tampa Bay organization provided an update on that front Thursday. Powered by Minute Media © 2020 All Rights Reserved. At this point in time, Brent Honeywell was supposed to be a key part of the Tampa Bay Rays rotation. The 25-year-old right-hander last appeared on a Minor League mound on Sept. 19, 2017, when he earned the win for Durham in the Triple-A National Championship against Memphis. Including write-ups on why Willy Adames, Brent Honeywell & …

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Honeywell struck out 11.3 batters per nine and walked only 2.3 hitters every nine innings. RHP Brent Honeywell Jr. assigned to Rays Alternate Training Site from Durham Bulls. After being spotted playing catch at Tropicana Field just five days ago, he revealed when he may return to the mound in an interview with MLB Network Radio on Sirius XM. His changeup also is considered a plus pitch, and he rounds out the arsenal with an above-average slider, giving him the multiple options required to start in the Majors. You can never have enough starting pitching. Either way, we are happy to see him progressing toward his return to pitching. We'll never pass along your email address to spammers, scammers, or the like. The Rays’ stacked pitching depth also includes Baseball America’s 14th ranked prospect Brendan McKay and former Marlins’ starter Trevor Richards. Last extension was through June 30. Brent Honeywell Jr. Tampa Bay Rays pitching prospect Brent Honeywell had a decompression procedure on his right ulnar nerve and is set to begin strength and mobility exercises. The procedure, which was performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache and Dr. Steven Shin in Los Angeles, removed scar tissue from around the nerve near Honeywell's right elbow. Your favorite teams, topics, and players all on your favorite mobile devices. March 8, 2020: Tampa Bay Rays optioned RHP Brent Honeywell Jr. to Durham Bulls. Light it up with #pride pic.twitter.com/5exhvzsAGU, Tampa Bay Rays News & Links: 60 man player pool is set, Randy Arozarena is taking his place among the legends of October, Charlie Morton is CFM, Randy Arozarena is a bad man, Tampa Bay Rays News & Links: Your American League Champion Tampa Bay Rays, The Tampa Bay Rays are headed to the World Series, where they will meet the LA Dodgers, ALCS Game 7 Instant Reaction: DRaysBay Playoff Podcast Series, some of the weirdest, most wonderful uniforms in history, World Series Bound! Team: Tampa Bay Rays (minors, 40-man) Born: March 31, 1995 in Augusta, GA us Draft: Drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2nd round of the 2014 MLB June Amateur Draft from Walters State Community College (Morristown, TN). He hasn’t pitched since 2017 and after requiring another surgery, that’s unlikely to … We’ll let him take things one step at a time. An updated look at the Tampa Bay Rays 2020 payroll salary table, including active salaries, bonuses, statuses, retained & dead payments, minor/non-roster players, and team totals.

One of the Tampa Bay Rays‘ most highly regarded pitching prospects of the past several years has been on the shelf for the past two seasons. He finished 2017 with 123 innings at Triple A-Durham where he went 12-8 with a 3.64 ERA. Will the Tampa Bay Rays pitching prospect ever reach his potential? Dodgers head team physician Dr. Neal ElAttrache performed the procedure on the 25-year-old right-hander in Los Angeles on Wednesday, working with Dr. Steven Shin to remove scar tissue from the area of the nerve. The Rays faux-backs make an appearance. If Honeywell is able to live up to the lofty expectations that were set for him the past few years, the Rays will find a way to make room for his arm. With the signing of Tanner Murray, the Rays have signed all their draft picks. Michael Clair on some of the weirdest, most wonderful uniforms in history. Your privacy is safe with us. MLB.com's No. Honeywell was ranked as the 11th best prospect heading into the 2018 season by Baseball Prospectus. Despite his two-year absence which included a Tommy John surgery and a broken elbow, Honeywell still found himself ranked among Baseball America’s top 100 prospects, landing the 80th spot on the list. The #Rays have signed all six 2020 draft picks: Nick Bitsko, RHPAlika Williams, SSIan Seymour, LHPHunter Barnhart, RHPTanner Murray, SSJeff Hakanson, RHP https://t.co/anb1mX92oK. @RaysBaseball pic.twitter.com/j74tV7ft6p, — MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM (@MLBNetworkRadio) January 25, 2020.

— … Honeywell was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the second round of the 2014 Major League Baseball draft. March … His fastball is capable of touching the mid-90s and his unique screwball, which earned plus grades, has made him something of a Minor League legend. 91 prospect expected to pick up training next week in Florida, Brent Honeywell has thrown 416 career innings in the Minor Leagues since debuting in 2014. Left off the 60 man player pool is Brent Honeywell. Position: Starting Pitcher Bats: Right • Throws: Right 6-2, 195lb (188cm, 88kg) . Sam Dykstra is a reporter for MiLB.com. Brent Honeywell, a former top prospect in the Rays system, can't catch a break with his right (pitching) arm. The hope is Honeywell will be healthy enough to finally make an impact on the big league club this season. We hope to see Honeywell back on a mound soon! Being away from the game for two years is a serious obstacle to overcome. He signed with the Rays and made his professional debut with the Princeton Rays. Rays prospect Honeywell has elbow procedure, Ultimate World Series viewers guide: What you need to know about Dodgers-Rays, Dodgers-Rays World Series matches up baseball's best in 2020, Dodgers favored over Rays to win World Series, Dodgers claw back, ride Bellinger homer to WS, Roberts' trust in Urias pays off in Game 7 clutch, Reds GM Krall to run team's baseball operations, Braves bemoan baserunning gaffe: 'It was huge', Jeter says Marlins parting with longtime exec Hill, How a text from Dad helped turn Cody Bellinger into an October hero, Passan: The plays and decisions that got the Dodgers back to the World Series, Fenway Park opens for first time in 2020 for early voting, Randy Arozarena shines brightest in Rays' no-star approach to owning October, Relieved Rays enjoy earning AL pennant in MLB's strange, tough 2020 season, Which World Series is the best ever? RHP Brent Honeywell Jr. assigned to Rays Alternate Training Site from Durham Bulls. Rays' Brent Honeywell: Added to 60-man pool 08/28/2020 • by RotoWire Staff Rays' Brent Honeywell: Throws live BP 91 overall prospect underwent a decompression procedure on his right ulnar nerve Wednesday, the Rays announced. He missed all of the 2018 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery in February of that year, then missed the following campaign as well after needing surgery to repair a fractured right elbow in June 2019. The highly touted prospect was supposed to be entering his third season in the majors, possibly with an extension already in his pocket. Honeywell looked ready to debut in the Majors after the 2017 season, in which he posted a 3.64 ERA with 152 strikeouts and 31 walks over 123 2/3 innings for Durham. By choosing I Accept, you consent to our use of cookies and other tracking technologies. He was also named the All-Star Futures Game MVP that summer after tossing two scoreless innings as the U.S. starter, thus becoming the first pitcher to receive such an honor. September 30, 2019

Two full seasons removed from his last time throwing on a pitcher’s mound, Honeywell re-surfaced at Tropicana Field playing catch in preparation for 2020.

He missed the following season after Tommy John surgery during spring training. Brent Honeywell was working his way back from a Tommy John surgery that cost him the entire 2018 season when in April of last year he suffered another setback. Tampa Bay Rays' highly-touted prospect Brent Honeywell was spotted playing catch at Tropicana Field. Honeywell was among Tampa Bay's top prospects after going 13-9 with a 3.49 ERA in 26 starts for Double-A Montgomery and Triple-A Durham in 2017. After his second week of throwing, #Rays @brent_honeywell details his long road back from two elbow injuries. For years, Brent Honeywell has been one of the Tampa Bay Rays top prospects. 6 prospect in a loaded Rays system behind only Wander Franco, Brendan McKay, Vidal Brujan, Xavier Edwards and Shane Baz. Today he said he could be "off the mound" in Feb. The Tampa Bay organization provided an update on that front Thursday. October 11, 2019: Tampa Bay Rays activated RHP Brent Honeywell Jr.. October 2, 2019: Tampa Bay Rays reassigned RHP Brent Honeywell Jr. to the minor leagues. Despite his injury history, the Georgia native enters the 2020 season as the No. The status of Brent Honeywell Jr.'s arm has been on the minds of many Rays fans over the last two-plus years. A potential June debut in sight. Another year, another Brent Honeywell injury. Minor League Baseball trademarks and copyrights are the property of Minor League Baseball. Minor leaguers stipend extended through the end of July: #Rays will continue to pay their minor-league players $400 weekly stipend through at least the end of July. Tampa Bay Rays 2020 Payroll. August 26, 2020 RHP Brent Honeywell Jr. assigned to Rays Alternate Training Site from Durham Bulls. A team-specific fantasy breakdown of the sleepers from the Tampa Bay Rays. Rays' Brent Honeywell: ‘One major piece to our rotation is me’ Honeywell’s recovery from February Tommy John surgery going well. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Tampa Bay Rays pitching prospect Brent Honeywell had a decompression procedure on his right ulnar nerve and is set to begin strength and mobility exercises.