by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (4/8/2013) Reliever Kyle Farnsworth was one of four Rays' pitchers to allow at least one run during Sunday's 13-0 loss to the Indians.
Farnsworth allowed two runs on three hits in one inning of work. He gave up a home run to Mark Reynolds.
The right-hander has a 10.80 ERA through two outings (1 2/3 innings). Both of his appearances have come in the seventh inning.
Kyle Farnsworth over bruised finger
by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com (3/25/2013) Tampa Bay Rays reliever Kyle Farnsworth, who was removed from play Saturday when he bruised his middle finger while reaching for a batted ball, said he is fine on Monday, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Farnsworth was able to throw all his pitches Sunday without issue. He expects to get back on a Grapefruit League mound Wednesday.
Kyle Farnsworth reports no issues with finger
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com (3/24/2013) Rays reliever Kyle Farnsworth was removed from play Saturday when he bruised his middle finger while reaching for a batted ball with his bare hand, but he expects to make his next scheduled appearance Tuesday.
"It's a little bruise," he told the Tampa Tribune. "I should be fine."
Farnsworth also indicated that he would have remained in the game had it occured during the regular season. He appears on track to be available opening day.
Kyle Farnsworth suffers minor injury
by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com (3/23/2013) Rays reliever Kyle Farnsworth left Saturday's Grapefruit League game against the Twins with a bruised right middle finger, the Tampa Tribune reports.
The injury is not expected to be serious. Farnsworth got one out in the game before leaving and allowed a run on two hits. His spring ERA is 1.69. Farnsworth is expected to pitch in middle relief for the Rays this season.
Farnsworth boosted by debut
by Bill Passonno | CBSSports.com (3/9/2013) Slowly but surely, Rays relief pitcher Kyle Farnsworth continues to work his way back from arm soreness that plagued him at the beginning of camp. The latest indication was his scoreless inning of relief during his Grapefruit League debut Friday against the Phillies as he recorded one strikeout and no walks. "I'm getting there," he said. "It felt good to get back out there. Everything was pain free, fluid and easy, that was the main thing."
Farnsworth to be limited in spring
(2/27/2013) Rays manager Joe Maddon told the Tampa Bay Times that reliever Kyle Farnsworth will be limited to eight appearances this spring. Farnsworth has yet to pitch in a game this spring, but is expected to make his debut by the end of next week. Farnsworth has been throwing bullpen sessions and says that the soreness he experienced in his arm last week is not an issue.
Farnsworth working his way back
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com (2/22/2013) Rays reliever Kyle Farnsworth, who was held held out of Wednesday's live batting practice session due to soreness in his right arm, made progress Thursday afternoon. Farnsworth threw a side session and told reporters that his arm is not an issue. In fact, he claims that the team is taking a slow approach with him over the course of spring training. "He was a little bit abnormally sore after the first day or so, and we told him to back off," Maddon said. "He's wonderful. He's fine. When a veteran player says he's sore, immediately (we) just back off, and he did, and he felt really good (Thursday)."
Farnsworth agrees to deal with Rays
by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer (1/24/2013) Right-handed reliever Kyle Farnsworth has agreed to an incentive-laden deal with the Rays, according to various reports. Farnsworth, 36, pitched in 34 games for the Rays last season, as he came back from an elbow injury suffered late in 2011. He had a 4.00 ERA and 1.33 WHIP in 2012, striking out 25 batters in 27 innings.
Farnsworth close to signing
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (1/22/2013) ESPN reports free agent reliever Kyle Farnsworth is close to signing with a team. Farnsworth has narrowed down his choices to two teams and the Rays are one of them, according to sources.