Found June 30, 2013 on The Bay Cave:
PLAYERS: Evan Longoria
TEAMS: Tampa Bay Rays

Evan Longoria was in a walking boot Friday night as he left the stadium due the irritation of the plantar fasciitis in his right foot.  While it appeared as if the Rays would be placing the All-Star third baseman on the disabled list, the Rays will be taking it day by day for right now as they stated Longoria remains under evaluation. Before the injury, Longoria was one of only 11 major league players who have started every game this season. In 2012, when he missed 85 games due to a partially torn left hamstring, the Rays went 41-44 in his absence and scored only 3.86 R/G, compared to 47-27 and 4.79 R/G with him in the lineup. The Rays also announced a couple roster move as they have recalled infielder Ryan Roberts from Triple-A Durham and optioned right-handed pitcher Alex Colome to Durham. Also, pitcher...

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  • Might as well let the guy rest his foot for a couple weeks, and have him 100% after the ASG..
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