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  • Mets' Tyler Jay: Outrighted to Syracuse

    Jay cleared waivers Friday and was sent outright to Triple-A Syracuse, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Jay allowed one earned run in four innings during his first career stint in the majors, and he will officially remain within the organization but no longer hold a spot on the 40-man roster. The 30-year-old southpaw has thrown 5.2 scoreless innings in Triple-A this season, and he could re-earn a roster spot if he continues to find success in the minors.
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  • Mets' Tyler Jay: Dropped from 40-man roster

    The Mets designated Jay for assignment Wednesday, Abbey Mastracco of the New York Daily News reports. Jay reached the majors for the first time earlier this month and gave up one earned run over four innings between his two relief appearances before being optioned to Triple-A Syracuse over the weekend. The 29-year-old lefty will now lose out on his spot on the 40-man roster after being DFA'd, though he'll stick around in the organization if he goes unclaimed off waivers.
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  • Mets' Tyler Jay: Dispatched to minors

    The Mets optioned Jay to Triple-A Syracuse on Sunday. Following his call-up from Triple-A on Wednesday, Jay's first stint in the big leagues lasted less than a week, with the lefty reliever covering four innings between his two appearances and giving up one earned run on five hits and one walk. The Mets recalled right-hander Grant Hartwig from Syracuse to replace Jay in the bullpen.
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  • Mets' Tyler Jay: Called up to big leagues

    The Mets selected Jay's contract from Triple-A Syracuse on Wednesday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. The No. 6 overall pick in the 2015 First-Year Player Draft, Jay finally gets the call to the big leagues just over a week before turning 30 years old. The left-hander spent time in independent ball last season and had tossed 3.2 scoreless frames with Syracuse. He also completed five hitless innings this spring with the Mets. Jay will operate in low-leverage situations out of the New York bullpen, at least initially.
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  • Tyler Jay: Parts ways with Cincy

    The Reds released Jay on Monday, J.J. Cooper of Baseball America reports. A 2015 first-round pick, Jay is now on the outs with his second organization after Cincinnati acquired him from the Twins last June. After coming over via trade, Jay reported to Double-A Chattanooga and didn't distinguish himself in any major way, posting a 3.03 ERA, 1.43 ERA and 33:12 K:BB in 32.2 innings out of the bullpen.
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  • Reds' Tyler Jay: Traded to Reds

    Jay was traded from the Twins organization to the Reds, in exchange for cash considerations, Redsminorleagues.com reports. Jay has suffered neck and shoulder injuries since becoming a pro. He was a 2015 first-round pick from the University of Illinois after being a minor-league closer.
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  • Twins' Tyler Jay: Scoreless appearance in Double-A debut

    Jay threw 1.2 scoreless innings with two strikeouts and no walks Saturday in his first appearance of the season at Double-A Chattanooga. Jay, Minnesota's 2015 first-round draft pick, thew just 11.2 innings amid a shoulder injury last season. He has underwhelmed at Double-A the past two seasons, so he'll need to have a strong season to reinvigorate his career at age 24.
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  • Twins' Tyler Jay: Returns from shoulder injury

    Jay (shoulder) threw two scoreless innings for High-A Fort Myers on Friday with three strikeouts and no walks. Jay had been out since early June due to a shoulder impingement. The 2015 first-round draft pick moved to the bullpen earlier this season due to the team's concerns he couldn't stay healthy as a starter.
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  • Twins' Tyler Jay: Will try to pitch again this season

    Jay (shoulder) does not need season-ending thoracic outlet surgery and will attempt to pitch again this season, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Jay has been out since early June due to a shoulder impingement. The 2015 first-round draft pick moved to the bullpen earlier this season due to the team's concerns he couldn't stay healthy as a starter. His role change and injury concerns continue to dim his prospect status.
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  • Twins' Tyler Jay: Will likely miss remainder of 2017

    Jay (shoulder) appears to be need season-ending thoracic outlet surgery, Mike Berardino of the Pioneer Press reports. One of the top prospects in the organization, Jay has been out for the past month due to a shoulder impingement that will now end his season. He has only pitched on two occasions this year for Double-A Chattanooga and spent a decent amount of his professional career injured in some capacity. The southpaw will be evaluated in the next few days with a clear timetable coming in the near future.
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  • Twins' Tyler Jay: Sidelined again with shoulder issue

    Jay was placed on the minor-league disabled list due to a shoulder impingement, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Jay managed to appear in just two games out of Double-A Chattanooga's bullpen before getting injured yet again. It's unclear how severe this injury is, but at this point, the Twins are likely going to be very cautious with the embattled pitcher. Prior to getting hurt, Jay gave up a solo home run, walked three and struck out two in two innings of relief work.
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  • Twins' Tyler Jay: Returns from biceps injury

    Jay (biceps tendinitis) gave up one run with two walks in one inning in his first appearance for Double-A Chattanooga. Jay began the season on the 7-day DL and was activated last week. Jay missed the final month of last season with a strained neck and shoulder fatigue. The 2015 first-round draft pick moved to the rotation from the bullpen last year with strong signs of success. He had a 2.84 ERA and 68:21 K:BB in 69.2 innings over 13 starts at High-A Fort Myers. However, it sounds like worries over his health led the Twins to permanently move im to the bullpen this spring. His fantasy upside will take a significant hit if he's relegated to the bullpen as he doesn't have the overpowering strikeout rate that profiles as a future closer.
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  • Twins' Tyler Jay: Dealing with injury

    Jay is on the 7-day DL at Double-A Chattanooga with an undisclosed injury. There's no information regarding Jay's ailment at this point in time. Once healthy, he'll continue pitching at Chattanooga, where he allowed 10 runs over 14 innings (five games) in 2016.
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  • Twins' Tyler Jay: Moving to the bullpen

    Jay will be permanently moved to the bullpen, Twins farm director Brad Steil told the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Jay missed the final month of last season with a strained neck and shoulder fatigue. The 2015 first-round draft pick moved to the rotation from the bullpen last year with strong signs of success. He had a 2.84 ERA and 68:21 K:BB in 69.2 innings over 13 starts at High-A Fort Myers. However, it sounds like worries over his health may limit him to the bullpen. His fantasy value takes a large hit as a result, as he'd be more valuable as a starting pitcher.
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  • Twins' Tyler Jay: Hurls bullpen session Wednesday

    Jay (neck) pitched a bullpen session Wednesday, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. The severity of the first-rounder's (2015) ailment was formerly pretty murky, but it seems like Jay is steadily working his way toward game action. It's unclear when those innings will come, but that should become clear as Jay works out more in the coming days.
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  • Twins' Tyler Jay: Placed on DL with neck strain

    Jay has been placed on the minor league DL with a shoulder/neck injury, MLB.com's Rhett Bollinger reports. The DL reason is listed as a "neck strain," but the team acknowledges that the injury is also related to his shoulder, so it's hard to get a good gauge as to how serious the issue is. He had recently been moved to the bullpen for the rest of the season with Double-A Chattanooga in an effort to manage his workload. There were concerns when the Twins drafted Jay about his ability to hold up to a starter's workload, and while he was excellent in that role earlier this season, it's possible that this injury confirms those doubts. Continue to monitor his status over the coming weeks for more detailed information about the severity of the injury.
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  • Twins' Tyler Jay: Moves to bullpen to manage workload

    Jay has moved to the bullpen with Double-A Chattanooga in an effort to manage his workload this season, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Jay's 2016 season can officially be labeled a success, as he has managed a 3.35 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 76 strikeouts in 80.2 innings across High-A and Double-A to this point. He has silenced those who doubted his ability to transition from college reliever to professional starter, and should be viewed as a top-100 prospect for dynasty leagues. His workload could bump up to around 140-150 innings next season, so he should work as a starter for most of that campaign, with an eye on joining the big league rotation sometime in 2018.
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  • Twins' Tyler Jay: Continues to impress as starter

    Jay threw eight scoreless innings with 11 strikeouts and one walk Tuesday. He has a 2.44 ERA with 55:14 K:BB in 51.2 innings at High-A Fort Myers. Jay's move to a starter from reliever continues to be a success as he has strong strikeout rates with good control and has given up just two home runs. He'll likely spend the full season at High-A as the Twins will be motivated to give him a full season at the same level as a starter.
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  • Twins' Tyler Jay: Tosses six innings of one-run ball

    Jay gave up one run on four hits and two walks while striking out six batters during Tuesday's start with High-A Fort Myers. After a rough start to the season, Jay has rebounded in May, reeling off a 0.47 ERA over 19.1 innings this month. While there remains some belief that a relief role might ultimately be Jay's destiny in the majors, the Twins will continue to develop him as a starter until his results dictate a change. For the season, the 22-year-old owns a 2.79 ERA and 36:12 K:BB ratio across 38.2 innings.
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  • Twins' Tyler Jay: Will work as a starter this season

    Jay will work as a starter this season, Mike Berardino of the Pioneer Press reports. Jay was the Twins' first-round draft pick in the 2015 draft and was initially used exclusively as a reliever. That being said, the Twins had planned to convert him to a starter, and it appears they're going to start that transition this season. He pitched pretty well as a reliever, posting a 3.93 ERA and 10.9 K/9 with High-A Fort Myers, so he'll hope to carry those numbers into his role as a starter.
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