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Brent Honeywell Jr.

RP | Tampa Bay Rays
Bats / Throws: R / R
Age: 25 (1995-03-31)
Ht / Wt: 6'2" / 195 lbs.

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8 months agoTampa Bay Rays general manager Erik Neander said that starting pitcher Brent Honeywell Jr.'s (elbow) recovery is going "really well." However, Honeywell isn't on the team's 60-man player pool for the shortened 2020 season because the Rays wanted to go with active players. The team's No. 6 prospect per MLB Pipeline, the 25-year-old right-hander has been hit hard by injuries the last two years -- Tommy John in 2018 and a fractured right elbow in 2019. Before the injuries, though, Honeywell was a consensus top-100 prospect, and he can be extremely nasty when healthy. Tampa is content to let him rehab during the shortened season in 2020, with hopes that he can be ready to go for spring training in 2021. Those in dynasty/keeper leagues may be running out of patience, but Honeywell is still worth stashing in those formats if you have the room.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: - Juan Toribio


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  1. Wander Franco (SS)
  2. Randy Arozarena (OF)
  3. Luis Patino (SP)
  4. Vidal Brujan (2B)
  5. Shane McClanahan (SP)
  6. Xavier Edwards (2B)
  7. Shane Baz (SP)
  8. Brendan McKay (SP)
  9. Joshua Lowe (OF)
  10. Cole Wilcox (SP)

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10 months agoTampa Bay Rays pitching prospect Brent Honeywell (elbow) underwent a decompression procedure on his right ulnar nerve on Wednesday in Los Angeles. The surgery was performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache. The Rays are saying that scar tissue was removed from the area of the nerve. Honeywell is scheduled to begin strength and mobility exercises on Monday in Port Charlotte, Florida. The right-hander remains one of the team's top pitching prospects (No. 6 per MLB Pipeline), but he just can't shake his elbow issues. The 25-year-old missed the entire 2018 season after having Tommy John surgery and missed all of last year due to a fractured elbow. This latest surgery doesn't sound too serious, but it's a setback nevertheless. Honeywell might be able to contribute at some point in 2020 if there is a season, but we'd expect the Rays to be even more cautious in an abbreviated season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: The Athletic - Josh Tolentino

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