Robbie Ray Stats

#23 SP  |  San Francisco Giants
Out - Elbow

Height / Weight 6'2"  /  225 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Oct 1, 1991 (32)
Experience 10 seasons
College None

Season Stats

SEASON TEAM POS GP GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG WHIP FPTS
2014DETSP96028.243262651119.3501.88422.1
2015ARISP23230127.21215650949119.2551.332338.4
2016ARISP32320174.1185105952471218.2661.468513.0
2017ARISP28280162.011657522371218.1981.154646.3
2018ARISP25240123.29755541970165.2161.350421.1
2019ARISP34330174.115091843084235.2331.342598.9
2020TORSP1211051.2534038134568.2611.897124.8
2021TORSP32320193.115062613352248.2101.045738.0
2022SEASP32320189.016380783262212.2311.190602.0
2023SEASP1103.1453053.2862.7002.1
Career 228 222 0 1228.0 1082 577 541 188 520 1505 1.305 4006.8

Game Log

DATE TEAM OPP POS GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG WHIP FPTS
Mar 31, 2023SEACLEP103.1453053.2862.7002.0
Last 1 1 0 3.1 4 5 3 0 5 3 2.700 2.0

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1B

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2B

Thairo Estrada

Brett Wisely

Tyler Fitzgerald

SS

Tyler Fitzgerald

Brett Wisely

Thairo Estrada

3B

Matt Chapman

Wilmer Flores

LF

Michael Conforto

Heliot Ramos

Luis Matos

Tyler Fitzgerald

CF

Heliot Ramos

Luis Matos

Tyler Fitzgerald

Mike Yastrzemski

RF

Mike Yastrzemski

Luis Matos

Heliot Ramos

LaMonte Wade Jr.

SP

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Blake Snell

Kyle Harrison

Jordan Hicks

Hayden Birdsong

RP

Taylor Rogers

Erik Miller

Luke Jackson

Robbie Ray News

Robbie Ray  • SP  •  Giants

Robbie Ray Could Return Shortly After All-Star Break

San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Robbie Ray (elbow) threw 59 pitches in his eighth minor-league rehab outing, allowing four runs on four hits (two homers) and a walk while striking out five hitters in three innings for Single-A San Jose on Tuesday. Ray will likely make his next start with Triple-A Sacramento on Sunday, which could set him up to return as early as the team's second series out of the All-Star break that begins on July 22 against the division-rival Los Angeles Dodgers. The 32-year-old former Cy Young Award winner can miss bats in bunches when healthy and now gets to operate from pitcher-friendly Oracle Park, so it makes sense for fantasy managers in competitive leagues to consider stashing him as someone who can bolster rosters down the stretch of the season.
13 hours ago   
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Robbie Ray Throws Three Innings In Latest Rehab Start

San Francisco Giants pitcher Robbie Ray (elbow) is progressing well from the elbow injury he suffered early in 2023. Ray made his seventh minor-league rehab appearance on July 4, allowing three runs on two hits with one walk and three strikeouts across three innings pitched. The left-hander is still likely a couple of rehab starts away from making his season debut since he hasn't pitched more than 3 2/3 innings in any outing. However, he could be a great stash candidate in deeper formats in Week 16. The last full season the southpaw pitched was back in 2022, where he finished with a 3.71 ERA and 212 strikeouts across 32 starts.
3 days ago   
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Robbie Ray To Start For Triple-A Thursday

San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Robbie Ray (elbow) will start for Triple-A Sacramento on Thursday. Ray pitched 3 2/3 innings on 48 pitches (33 strikes) in his most recent rehab start with Single-A San Jose on Friday, but he'll get back to toeing the rubber against Triple-A competition for what will be his third minor-league appearance outside of rookie ball this year during his recovery from Tommy John surgery. The 32-year-old strikeout machine is someone for fantasy managers to consider stashing ahead of the mid-July All-Star break, as he should be able to make his 2024 season debut with the Giants sometime in late July. In his last full season in 2022, Ray fanned 231 hitters and walked 62 with a 3.71 ERA and 1.19 WHIP over 32 starts.
Jul 2   
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Robbie Ray Throws 45 Pitches In Latest Rehab Outing

San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Robbie Ray (elbow) continued his rehab assignment in Triple-A Sacramento on Sunday, throwing 45 pitches in 2 IP. He allowed one hit and one walk while striking out a pair. Ray is in the process of a long rehab stint that is acting as his Spring Training. He will likely need a few more starts to build up his pitch count before he can return to the Giants, which will hopefully come at some point in July. Savvy fantasy managers should be looking to stash Ray, especially in leagues where IL spots are available.
Jun 24   
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Robbie Ray Continuing Rehab In Triple-A

San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Robbie Ray (elbow) will continue his rehab assignment with Triple-A Sacramento on Sunday. Ray has remained on the 60-day injured list since February as he underwent Tommy John surgery last May. Ray has made four starts in the Arizona Complex League and has held a 5.14 ERA, 1.00 WHIP, and a perfect 0:15 BB:K ratio. The 32-year-old southpaw won the 2021 AL Cy Young Award as he posted a 2.84 ERA, 1.04 WHIP, and 52:248 BB:K ratio in 193 frames. Then, in 2022, he held a 3.71 and 1.19 WHIP with 212 punchouts in 189 innings. Unfortunately, he was only able to log three innings in 2023 before being shut down. Ray is worth a look in all leagues once he returns, as he should have high-upside strikeout potential during the remainder of the summer.
Jun 22   
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Robbie Ray To Pitch In ACL Game Next Week

San Francisco Giants left-hander Robbie Ray (elbow) will pitch in an Arizona Complex League game next week as part of his rehab from Tommy John surgery in May of last year. Ray threw live batting practice last weekend after he initially started throwing bullpen sessions during spring training. Slowly but surely, Ray has worked his way back to pitching in games, although he still has a ways to go and probably isn't going to be an option for the Giants' starting rotation until after the All-Star break in mid-July. The 32-year-old southpaw, a former 12th-round pick by the Washington Nationals in 2010, was the American League Cy Young in 2021 with the Toronto Blue Jays and has racked up five 200-strikeout seasons in his 10 MLB seasons. Ray could be even more erratic when he returns in 2024, but the strikeout upside alone makes him worth rostering in most fantasy leagues.
Jun 1   
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Robbie Ray To Face Hitters Saturday

San Francisco Giants left-hander Robbie Ray (elbow) will face live hitters on Saturday for the first time since undergoing Tommy John surgery in May of last year. It's a pretty major development for the veteran southpaw. The 32-year-old began throwing bullpen sessions for the Giants during spring training but still isn't expected to be an option for their starting rotation until around the All-Star break in the middle of July. For a pitcher that has had issue with control in the past, fantasy managers may want to temper expectations for Ray for the second half of the 2024 campaign. On the flip side, the American League Cy Young winner in 2021 with the Toronto Blue Jays has plenty of strikeout upside with a 28.9% strikeout rate in 10 big-league seasons.
May 24   
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Robbie Ray To Throw Another Bullpen Wednesday

San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Robbie Ray (elbow) is scheduled to throw his next bullpen session in Arizona on Wednesday. Although the 2021 American League Cy Young Award winner is still expected to be out until the second half of the 2024 season, it feels like he has a chance to make his Giants debut earlier than that based on his current progress. Ray is pleased with where he's at in his recovery from Tommy John surgery, and he also tossed a bullpen on Friday. In his last full season during 2022 with the Seattle Mariners, the 32-year-old strikeout machine fanned 212 hitters while walking 62 over 189 innings and amassed a 3.71 ERA and 1.19 WHIP through 32 starts. Fantasy managers off to a good start should start thinking about stashing Ray. With Alex Cobb (hip) also sidelined until at least May, Jordan Hicks and Keaton Winn should keep operating as starters for the Giants in the meantime.
Apr 17   
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Robbie Ray Throws Bullpen Session Friday

San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Robbie Ray (elbow) threw a bullpen session in Arizona on Friday. Ray has been pleased with his progress in his recovery from Tommy John surgery, but he's still not likely to be a factor for the Giants until the second half of the 2024 season. After being acquired from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for outfielder Mitch Haniger and right-hander Anthony DeSclafani (forearm) this past offseason, the 32-year-old former American League Cy Young Award winner has enough strikeout upside alongside a pitcher-friendly ballpark to deserve being stashed for fantasy managers who can afford the roster spot. Former reliever Jordan Hicks has allowed just two earned runs and three walks over 18 innings as a starter in San Fran's rotation to this point, and he's worth rostering in all mixed leagues right now.
Apr 13   
Robbie Ray  • SP  •  Giants

Robbie Ray Throws Bullpen Session

San Francisco Giants left-hander Robbie Ray (elbow) threw a 40-pitch bullpen session on Thursday and will throw another bullpen on Monday. Ray is recovering from Tommy John surgery that he had last May, so he's unlikely to be an option for the Giants' starting rotation until after the All-Star break in mid-July. Because of the fact that the 32-year-old also had a flexor-tendon repair in addition to Tommy John surgery, his rehab will likely extend a little longer. Given the depth of San Fran's rotation after they added reigning National League Cy Young winner Blake Snell, the Giants won't be in any rush to bring Ray back in the second half. Ray won an American League Cy Young in 2021 with the Blue Jays and went 12-12 with a 3.71 ERA and 1.19 WHIP with 62 walks and 212 K's in 32 starts in his last full season in 2022 with the Mariners.
Apr 5   
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