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Rays prospects and minor leagues: Guerrieri leaves with elbow injury

Durham loses another pitching prospect to an injury As I write this at 10:47 PM Thursday, the early news on Taylor Guerrieri isn't encouraging. Here's what we know: Guerrieri had Tommy John surgery four years ago. Triple-A Durham Bulls (7-1) Durham beat Charlotte 6-0 Thursday, but it may have come at a price. In the fourth, Taylor Guerrieri had to exit the game with an elbow injury...
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April 14, 2017

TJ recovery helped Guerrieri grow up

Taylor Guerrieri, 24, once moved on the fast track. After the Rays selected him in the first round of the 2011 Draft, he got to busy. Using a refined curveball, he made the process of retiring hitters look easy. But he had some growing up to do.
March 13, 2017

Tampa Bay Rays: Taylor Guerrieri Loses to a Bathtub

Spring Training is a time where players can have some truly strange injuries. Taylor Guerrieri has placed himself amongst the leaders for the most unusual injury of the year after hitting his head on his bathtub. Every year in Spring Training, there are a few injuries that make us wonder how that happened. The Tampa Bay […] Tampa Bay Rays: Taylor Guerrieri Loses to a Bathtub ...
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March 05, 2017

Southern League Notebook: Taylor Guerrieri keeps ringing up the wins

The Montgomery Biscuits are still on a roll after winning their fourth consecutive game Tuesday night, 10-5 over Pensacola. It’s the fourth time this season Montgomery has enjoyed a streak that long. Taylor Guerrieri played a pivotal role in the win. He gave up just one run in six innings. It was the ninth consecutive […] The post Southern League Notebook: Taylor Guerrieri keeps...
Via Today's Knuckleball
July 28, 2016

Rays prospects and minor leagues: Guerrieri solid again

Taylor Guerrieri turned in his third decent start in a row I noted recently that Jake Bauers has been hitting pretty well lately, but Casey Gillaspie has been struggling. In June, he's batting just .246 with a .646 OPS, and his only extra-base hits are a pair of doubles. He was so good the first two months and was bound to slump at some point, but hopefully it does not last much...
Via DRaysBay
June 15, 2016

Pipeline preview: Rays' Guerrieri toes rubber

Thursday's schedule of pitching matchups has the potential to produce another duel, with Braves No. 2 prospect Sean Newcomb (No. 19 overall) and Rays No. 6 prospect Taylor Guerrieri set to face off as Double-A Montgomery takes on Mississippi.
April 14, 2016

Taylor Guerrieri's return to the spotlight.

2015 saw a successful return from Tommy John Surgery for the highly touted prospect from the 2011 draft. Taylor Guerrieri was the Rays top selection in their 2011 MLB Draft as the 24th overall selection out of Spring Valley High School (Columbia, SC). Going into the draft Baseball America had him rated as the 10th overall prospect just ahead of Vanderbilt RHP Sonny Gray. Let's get...
Via DRaysBay
April 04, 2016

Taylor Guerrieri allows homer as Rays' split squad falls to Blue Jays

DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) -- Jose Bautista hit his first spring homer and Aaron Sanchez tossed four scoreless innings, leading the Toronto Blue Jays to a 6-1 victory over a Tampa Bay Rays split-squad on Sunday.Playing in his second game of the spring, Bautista drove an inside fastball from prospect Taylor Guerrieri off a light pole beyond the left-field fence for a three-run shot in the...
Via Associated Press
March 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Who can the Tampa Bay Rays take in the 2015 MLB Draft?

The 2015 First-Year Player Draft will be taking place on Monday, June 8 at 7 pm ET. Here is a quick roundup of past Tampa Bay Rays’ draft selections, and a round up of mock draft picks from various analysts: Recent first round picks: 2010 – Josh Sale (17th overall) 2011 – Taylor Guerrieri (24th) 2012 – Richie Shaffer (25th) 2013 – Nick Ciuffo (21st) 2014 – Casey Gillaspie...
Via FOX Sports
June 03, 2015  |  Discuss

2014 Top 10 Prospects: Tampa Bay Rays

The strength of the Rays organization is depth. The club lacks a true impact talent at the top of this list, although both Taylor Guerrieri and Hak-Ju Lee have the tools to be outstanding players if they can put injuries behind them. #1 Jake Odorizzi | 55/MLB (P) Age IP K/9 BB/9 GB% ERA FIP xFIP […]
Via Fangraphs
January 21, 2014  |  Discuss

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