(9/17/2010) Detroit RP Bobby Seay underwent successful surgery on his left shoulder on Friday, according to MLB.com. He's been sidelined since spring training when it was discovered he had a partial tear of his left labrum. The projected recovery timetable for Seay to start a throwing program is in four months, with hopes of returning sometime in 2011. The original recovery time was expected to be at least a year. He attempted rehab and got multiple opinions before having surgery, but could not throw pain-free sessions.
Seay done for most of next 2 years
(8/11/2010) Tigers RP Bobby Seay will undergo reconstructive surgery to repair his injured left shoulder, reports MLB.com on Wednesday. That procedure could take up to a year or more to recover from before he gets back on a major-league mound. The surgery has yet to actually be scheduled, however.
Seay still weighing his options
(7/21/2010) Tigers RP Bobby Seay, on the 60-day disabled list due to a torn rotator cuff, is debating whether or not to undergo reconstructive surgery that would end his season. According to MLB.com, Seay has visited renowned orthopedists Dr. Lewis Yocum and Dr. Craig Morgan in July while rehabbing his shoulder. If he chooses to go under the knife, Seay's recovery would last about 12 months.
Seay not throwing pain-free
(6/24/2010) Tigers RP Bobby Seay, who is recovering from a left rotator cuff tear, has been throwing from farther distances but is still not throwing pain-free, according to MLB.com. The left-hander has been playing catch from 90 feet, up from 60 feet, but head athletic trainer Kevin Rand wants Seay to get to the point where he doesn't feel discomfort in his arm. "We're going to see how it plays," Rand said. "He's still having some discomfort, so it's a question of how [much]. He's trying to work through it at 90 feet right now." Seay injured his arm in spring training and opted for rehab rather than surgery.
Seay cleared to throw
(6/7/2010)The Sports Xchange reports Tigers RP Bobby Seay, trying to avoid rotator cuff surgery, has been cleared to begin throwing from 45 feet while he rehabs in Lakeland, Fla. "Bobby will throw from 45 feet again this week in four sessions," Tigers trainer Kevin Rand said. "It's the first step back. Hopefully, he will be able to build up his arm strength and we can get him back." Seay, 31, was 6-3 with a 2.45 ERA in 67 games in 2009. He is on the 60-day disabled list.
Seay to have shoulder examined
(5/22/2010) MLB.com reports Tigers RP Bobby Seay will meet with Dr. James Andrews to have his partially torn labrum examined. Seay hopes to begin a throwing program shortly.
Tigers' Seay moved to 60-day DL
(5/18/2010) The Tigers moved reliever Bobby Seay to the 60-day DL with his left shoulder strain. He is currently in a strength and agility program. Seay's program will be extended to eight weeks, up from the original six.
Seay to take longer than expected
(5/8/2010) Tigers RP Bobby Seay (15-day DL, arm) may need longer than expected to recover, reports MLB.com on Saturday. Seay was placed on the 15-day DL on March 26 with a left shoulder strain and is currently in a strength and agility program. Seay's program will be extended to eight weeks, up from the original six.
Seay trying to avoid surgery
(4/20/2010) From The Sports Xchange notes: LHP Bobby Seay still faces at least two more weeks of shoulder-strengthening exercises as he continues his efforts to avoid season-ending surgery on his rotator cuff. "Bobby's still on a strengthening program for two more weeks, and then he will be evaluated. He's working hard and doing everything he can to put himself in position to hopefully throw again," head trainer Kevin Rand said Sunday.
Seay out for six weeks
(3/27/2010) The Detroit Tigers placed pitchers Zach Miner and Bobby Seay on the 15-day disabled list on Saturday. Miner, a right-hander, has been hampered by tendinitis in his pitching elbow. Both players will remain in Florida for rehabilitation. The moves made Saturday are retroactive to Friday. The left-handed Seay will attempt to recover from an injury to his pitching shoulder without surgery. He is expected to be sidelined six weeks.
Seay still unsure of injury
(3/24/2010) According to MLB.com, Tigers RP Bobby Seay still does not know what the injury he has to his left shoulder is. All he knows is that it is neither bursitis or tendinitis. Seay underwent an MRI last week and will review the results Thursday with orthopedic specialist James Andrews. Seay began having shoulder problems during the winter and felt pain in his left shoulder. He also had difficulty lifting it as well.
Seay likely to open season on DL
(3/21/2010) From The Sports Xchange notes: LHP Bobby Seay, still waiting to pitch in his first exhibition game entering the weekend, will open the season on the DL while he recovers from a sore left shoulder. Seay began throwing from a mound in mid-March. "I've had to start over; now it's a matter of building my arm strength," Seay said. "If I was ready to pitch, I'd be pitching in a game. But this was a step forward. For the longest time, I didn't know if it would ever go away. I'm obviously not where I need to be because I haven't even thrown a breaking ball yet. It would be a long day at the office without a breaking ball." Said manager Jim Leyland, "It's very doubtful, in the opinions of all our people so far, not impossible but doubtful, that Seay will be ready to start the season. It could happen, but I think it's unlikely."
Seay won't be on opening day roster
(3/20/2010) Tigers reliever Bobby Seay will not be on the active roster when Detroit opens the regular season at Kansas City on April 5. Tigers' manager Jim Leyland said Seay has had a setback and can't throw, but didn't provide details.
Seay might open season on DL
(3/17/2010) From The Sports Xchange notes: LHP Bobby Seay might open the season on the disabled list. Seay has yet to pitch in an exhibition game after battling bursitis/tendinitis in his left shoulder. He threw from 60 feet recently "with no discomfort," according to manager Jim Leyland, after not throwing for a week. But Seay has said he'll need 8-12 outings to get ready for the season, and he has yet to build up his arm to regular throwing strength. "I hope so," he said when asked if he could be ready for opening day. "That's a tough question right now. I can't predict that."
Seay plagued by shoulder pain
(3/12/2010) From The Sports Xchange notes: LHP Bobby Seay resumed throwing last week but continued to be plagued by shoulder pain in between sessions. "If need be, we'll send him out to be re-examined," head trainer Kevin Rand said. "Right now, it's the type of thing we'll continue to work through." The problem was diagnosed as bursitis and tendinitis, but now Rand says there's some rotator cuff tendinitis involved. "I don't think this is a major injury, or I couldn't throw," he said. "But the heating-up and cooling-down process (in throwing) is making my arm pretty sore. It's limiting my range of motion and what I can do throwing the baseball. ... I'm getting extreme soreness after (I throw). ... It's an injury to a part of my arm where I've never had any sort of issue. Some days are good, and some days it feels like I'm back to square one. Compared to a week ago, I feel progress has been made. But not far enough where I feel I could step on a mound and get my arm and legs back to pitching shape."
Seay may need more tests
(3/4/2010) The Detroit News reports that Tigers RP Bobby Seay (arm) is still feeling soreness in his left arm. He will throw a side session on Friday. The Tigers have not scheduled additional tests, but could reconsider depending on how Seay responds to Friday's session.
Seay able to get back on the mound
(3/2/2010) Tigers LHP Bobby Seay, who had been bothered by a sore shoulder, threw Tuesday without problems.
Seay to be shut down a few days
(2/21/2010) Tigers RP Bobby Seay is expected to be out for at least three days with shoulder bursitis, Tigers trainer Kevin Rand said on Sunday. The injury isn't expected to be serious.
(10/3/2009) Tigers RP Bobby Seay, who missed a week with a strained pectoral, returned Thursday against the Twins. He didn't record a single out, though, allowing two runs on two hits and one walk.
Seay not back on Wednesday
(9/30/2009) Tigers RP Bobby Seay, who hasn't pitched since Thursday because of a strained pectoral, didn't take the mound Wednesday against the Twins. He is however thought to be available to pitch.
Seay not needed against the Twins
(9/29/2009) Tigers RP Bobby Seay, who hasn't pitched since Thursday because of a strained pectoral, didn't take the mound Tuesday in either game of a doubleheader against the Twins. He was reportedly available for the game, however.
Seay can't return due to rain
(9/28/2009) Detroit RP Bobby Seay (pectoral) could not return on Monday as the game against Minnesota was rained out. He'll be questionable for the doubleheader on Tuesday.
Seay hoping to pitch vs. Twins
(9/28/2009) From The Sports Xchange notes: LHP Bobby Seay hopes to be able to pitch if needed in Detroit's four-game series with Minnesota that begins Monday night. Seay, who suffered a mild left pectoral strain Thursday at Cleveland, said he felt significantly better while working out Saturday and played catch Sunday. He will be examined Monday before a determination on his availability is made. Having Seay with his sweeping slider and 93-94 mph fastball could make a late-inning difference against Minnesota's abundance of left-handed hitters. Detroit has LHPs Fu-Te Ni and Clay Rapada, who hasn't pitched since reporting to the Tigers on Friday. Manager Jim Leyland noted having Seay "gives you a little flexibility. If you have to use somebody two days in a row, you still have somebody if you want to hold somebody back."
Butler beats Tigers on Tuesday
(9/9/2009)Billy Butler drove in two runs, Kansas City's bullpen pitched 4 1/3 scoreless innings and the Royals ended the first-place Tigers' six-game winning streak with a 7-5 victory Tuesday night. Butler had a double and a run-scoring single off Bobby Seay (5-3) in the seventh.
(7/13/2009) Detroit RP Bobby Seay pitched a scoreless inning in a 10-1 win over the Indians on Sunday before the All-Star break. Seay gave up one hit and struck out a batter. His ERA is now at 2.89 on the year.
Seay pitches scoreless inning
(6/17/2009) Detroit RP Bobby Seay pitched the eighth inning on Wednesday in a loss to the Cardinals. Seay did not factor into the decision in a perfect inning. His ERA is 4.26.
Seay gets his man on Tuesday
(5/19/2009) Tigers RP Bobby Seay (back) was able to pitch on Tuesday in a win over the Rangers. Seay pitched to one batter and got the job done getting the out. He picked up his ninth hold of the season. He has a 5.25 ERA.
Seay's back acting up
(5/18/2009) MLive.com reports that Tigers RP Bobby Seay is dealing with a stiff back. "The pain is tolerable, but it's more range of motion," said Seay. "I just need a little rest."
Seay holding his own for Tigers
(5/1/2009) Tigers reliever Bobby Seay finished the month of April leading the American League in holds with seven. He made 10 appearances, spanning 7 1/3 innings and gave up just three hits without allowing a run.
Seay perfect so far in 2009
(4/15/2009) Tigers RP Bobby Seay has yet to give up a hit or a walk in 2 1/3 innings of work in 2009. He has two strikeouts.
Seay, Tigers agree to one-year deal
(1/21/2009) RP Bobby Seay and the Tigers agreed to a one-year deal Tuesday, avoiding arbitration. Seay was 1-2 with a 4.47 ERA in 60 appearances with the Tigers in 2008, when he had career highs with 60 appearances, 56 1/3 innings and 58 strikeouts.
Seay gets big out Saturday night
(8/10/2008) Detroit lefty reliever Bobby Seay got the game's biggest out Saturday. Leading 3-2 in the sixth, Galarraga loaded the bases with two outs. Seay replaced him and got Daric Barton on a flyout to end the inning. "Just come in and try and get ahead and throw strikes," said Seay, who pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings and struck out two. "Not a lot of room for error. Just be ready to go with that first pitch."
Seay deals with some back tightness
(8/9/2008)The Sports Xchange notes that Bobby Seay wasn't needed to pitch Friday night and might not have worked even if he had been. Seay left Thursday night's game with two outs in the eighth inning due to tightness in his back.
Seay suffers slight setback
(8/8/2008)The Sports Xchange notes that Bobby Seay stubbed his toe a little Thursday night. Seay entered the game in the eighth inning having allowed just one earned run over his previous 17 2/3 innings with a 0.51 ERA covering 16 games. But he gave up a solo home run to LF Carlos Quentin and was unable to get the third out of the inning as he gave up a walk and a double (with Jim Thome thrown out at the plate).
Seay costs Tigers win Friday
(7/12/2008)The Sports Xchange reports Tigers LHP Bobby Seay allowed a relief pitcher's no-no Friday -- walking a left-handed batter after an intentional walk to load the bases -- and it turned into a sacrifice fly in the seventh that scored the run that handed Minnesota a 3-2 victory over Detroit.
Seay, Tigers avoid arbitration
(1/18/2008) Detroit agreed to a $780,000, one-year contract with pitcher Bobby Seay. In 134 major league appearances, he has posted a 4-1 record and 3.97 ERA.
Seay has solid season
(9/20/2007)The Sports Xchange notes: LHP Bobby Seay is winding down his first complete season in the major leagues and setting himself up for an encore. Seay worked a 1-2-3 eighth against Cleveland Wednesday and now has a 2.47 ERA over 43 2/3 innings.
Seay picks up relief win
(9/6/2007) Bobby Seay (2-0) worked a scoreless inning for the win against the White Sox on Wednesday.
Seay wins against Yankees Monday
(8/27/2007) Reliever Bobby Seay's win against the Yankees on Sunday was just the second of his major league career, and his first since Sept. 1, 2001. Detroit closer Todd Jones presented him with the game ball in the clubhouse. "It's been a long time coming," said Seay, who had gone 116 outings without a decision since getting both his first loss and first win in a six-day span with Tampa Bay in 2001.
Seay can't get job done
(7/27/2007) against left-handed (and right-handed) hitters this season, allowing them only 11 hits in 55 at-bats. Thursday he was brought in to get left-handed hitting Jim Thome, who hasn't hit lefties well this year, but walked him on a close 3-1 pitch. It was the only batter he faced and certainly not what his manager was looking for in a one-run game.
Seay escapes danger Wednesday
(7/19/2007) LHP Bobby Seay had a spotty but scoreless outing Wednesday against the Twins. He was brought in to pitch the seventh because Minnesota was sending two lefties to the plate. He gave up a bunt single to C Joe Mauer, a single to left to Michael Cuddyer and popped 1B Justin Morneau up on a 3-2 pitch after throwing him three straight balls to start the at-bat.
Seay has Leyland's trust
(5/21/2007) LHP Bobby Seay has been a pleasant surprise for Detroit this season. He struck out Chris Duncan for his first big league save Sunday and while his season's ERA is 5.40, most of that stems from his only bad outing of the season.
Seay earns first career save
(5/20/2007) Bobby Seay got one out for his first career save Sunday vs. the Cardinals.
Seay worked over by BoSox
(5/15/2007) Bobby Seay allowed four earned runs, four hits and a walk in the ninth inning on Monday night at Boston. He also struck out one batter.
Seay sticking with Tigers
(5/4/2007) Tigers LHP Bobby Seay has a chance to live a dream of his -- spending an entire season in the major leagues. "I'm 28 now, and I've never spent a full year in the big leagues," he said. "I need to experience a full season -- the ups and downs." Seay has a 2.57 ERA through seven games. He has held left-handed hitters to 1-for-11 with a double and three strikeouts, while right-handers have only gone 2-for-13 against him. Seay split last season between Detroit and Class AAA Toledo. He opted to re-sign with the Tigers after becoming a minor league free agent because he still felt it offered him his best chance to get back to the majors once LHP Jamie Walker signed with Baltimore.
Seay pitches Sunday in K.C.
(4/9/2007) LHP Bobby Seay got his first work of the season Sunday in Kansas City, pitching a scoreless inning. Seay, added to the roster when LHP Kenny Rogers was put on the disabled list, will work out of the bullpen. He faced four batters in the seventh, walking one.
Seay called back up by Tigers
(3/29/2007) The Tigers placed Kenny Rogers (2.05 spring ERA) on the 15-day DL to start the season, because of what they're calling a "fatigued arm," according to MLB.com. "I don't think it's a long-term thing," Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski told the official website. The move is retroactive to March 25 and the Tigers can activate Rogers as soon as April 9, which would cost him one start. Chad Durbin will make one start in Rogers' place April 8 at Kansas City. The Tigers purchased the contract of left-handed reliever Bobby Seay, who was sent down Monday.
Shelton among Tigers' cuts Monday
(3/26/2007) The Tigers optioned the contracts of RHP Zach Miner, SS Ramon Santiago and 1B Chris Shelton to Triple-A Toledo. Also, they assigned RHP Preston Larrison, LHP Tim Byrdak, LHP Bobby Seay, C Dane Sardinha, C Steve Torrealba, OF Timo Perez and OF Ryan Raburn to minor-league camp. Finally, LHP Felix Heredia has been unconditionally released.
Ledezma only LH RP in Detroit
(2/7/2007) Detroit will begin spring training with Wilfredo Ledezma as the only southpaw manager Jim Leyland will be able to call on. The Tigers would like someone to replace left-hander Jamie Walker in the late innings or for one particular batter. The Tigers didn't want to pay Walker as much as Baltimore offered him as a free agent, so he left. "When you look at our bullpen, it's a little bit different than some because of (RHP Joel) Zumaya and (RHP Fernando) Rodney," GM Dave Dombrowski said. "They face left-handed hitters and right-handed hitters, so you don't really look for that (lefty vs. lefty) matchup if someone brings a left-handed hitter in. You don't look to take those guys out."
(1/9/2007) Left-hander Bobby Seay and outfielder Timo Perez have agreed to minor league contracts with the AL champion Tigers. Seay appeared in 14 games and had a 6.46 ERA with the American League champions last season. The Tigers demoted him in June and he went on to go 1-2 with a 4.74 ERA in one start and 23 relief appearances at Triple-A Toledo. He has pitched in 76 major league games over five seasons in Detroit, Colorado and Tampa Bay and is 1-1 with a 5.02 ERA.
Tigers give RP Seay minor deal
(1/3/2007) Tigers signed LHP Bobby Seay to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
Bobby Seay clears waivers
(6/23/2006) Bobby Seay cleared waivers Wednesday and was ourighted to Triple-A by Detroit to its Triple-A farm team in Toledo.
Seay designated for assignment
(6/15/2006) The Detroit Tigers designated pitcher Bobby Seay for assignment after their loss to Tampa Bay on Wednesday night and called up pitcher Wil Ledezma from Toledo. Seay had a 6.46 ERA in 14 games for Detroit, and did not have a decision or a save.
Seay finally gets some work
(5/20/2006) Bobby Seay hasn't pitched much this month because Detroit's starters have been doing so well but Friday night he got four outs of work. Seay retired all four batters he faced and had better control than one would expect of a seldom-used pitcher.
Bobby Seay makes appearance
(4/27/2006) Bobby Seay hasn't been used much but did work the eighth inning Wednesday in a 4-0 loss at Anaheim. He didn't allow a hit or a walk in his inning.
Detroit signs Seay
(4/1/2006) Detroit purchased the contracts of LHP Bobby Seay and INF Ramon Santiago from Toledo of the IL Saturday. They also designated RHP Franklyn German and C Rob Bowen for assignment and placed RHP Craig Dingman (shoulder) on the 15-day DL and RHP Troy Percival on the 60-day DL.
Bobby Seay makes Detroit roster
(3/31/2006) Bobby Seay has made the Detroit Tigers' 25-man roster, giving manager Jim Leyland a complement to left-hander Jamie Walker in the Detroit bullpen. "I told him to put his stuff on the truck," Leyland said, "unless he wants to go around naked for a few days."
Seay ready for Tigers' camp
(1/11/2006) Detroit invited RHP Tim Crabtree, RHP Chad Durbin, RHP Lee Gardner, RHP Kevin Hodge, RHP Colby Lewis and LHP Bobby Seay to spring training Wednesday
Tigers give LHP Seay minor deal
(12/1/2005) The Tigers and left-hander Bobby Seay agreed to a minor-league contract Wednesday. The reliever had an 8.49 ERA in 11 2/3 innings spanning 17 games for the Rockies before Colorado sent him outright to Triple-A in July. Seay was 1-0 with three saves at Colorado Springs, with a 2.38 ERA in 22 2/3 innings over 17 games.
Seay sent outright to the Springs
(7/18/2005) The Rockies sent Bobby Seay outright to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Sunday.
Seay back on the mound
(7/15/2005) Bobby Seay (thumb) was back on the mound for Friday's game in Cincinnati. He allowed two earned runs, a home run and a walk in two-thirds of an inning.
Seay to see hand specialist
(7/10/2005) Colorado will send LHP Bobby Seay to a hand specialist to examine his inflamed left hand.
Seay's thumb hurts
(7/9/2005) Bobby Seay left Friday's game against San Diego with inflammation of the thumb on his throwing (left) hand. He'll have an MRI on Saturday.
Seay comes off DL for Rockies
(6/5/2005) LHP Bobby Seay threw pain-free in back-to-back relief appearances for Triple-A Colorado Springs. Following Saturday's game, the Rockies recalled left-handed reliever from his rehab assignment for a chest muscle strain. Seay, acquired from Tampa Bay on April 8, was 0-0 with a 4.50 ERA in three appearances before going to the DL on April 18.
Seay shuts down
(4/29/2005) The Denver Post reports that Bobby Seay (strained pectoral muscle) shut down a bullpen session after only 15 pitches Thursday after feeling slight pain.
Seay nearing rehab assignment
(4/28/2005) RHP Bobby Seay played long toss Wednesday and will head to Triple-A Colorado Springs for a rehab assignment when his sore pectoral muscle improves.
Seay throws, anxious to return
(4/25/2005) Bobby Seay (pectoral muscle), played Sunday for the first time since the injury, reporting no pain, according to MLB.com. "Man, it's so hard, watching these games," Seay told the website. "That's why I've got to take care of this, so it will be the only setback of the season."
Seay lands on 15-day DL
(4/18/2005) The Rockies placed Bobby Seay on the 15-day disabled list on Monday due to a strained left pectoral muscle.
Seay feels pain in pectoral
(4/18/2005) The Denver Post reports that Bobby Seay felt pain in his left pectoral muscle when he started to play catch on the side Sunday.
Rays deal Bobby Seay
(4/8/2005) According to reports, the Tampa Bay Devil Rays have traded Seay to the Rockies in exchange for Reggie Taylor.
Seay cut by Tampa Bay
(4/2/2005) The Devil Rays designated Bobby Seay for assignment Saturday.
Braves look at Seay
(3/31/2005) The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Atlanta is looking at acquiring Bobby Seay from Tampa Bay.
Seay has sore foot
(3/28/2005) The Tampa Tribune reports Bobby Seay (foot) is expected to miss a few days of work.
Seay might be dealt
(3/15/2005) The Tampa Tribune reports the Devil Rays want to acquire a left-handed bat or an extra middle infielder and could use Bobby Seay, Jorge Sosa and/or Jose Diaz as bait.
(2/21/2005) Bobby Seay agreed to a minor-league contract with the Devil Rays.
D-Rays call up Bobby Seay
(7/8/2004) Tampa Bay called up Bobby Seay from Triple-A Durham on Thursday. He will replace Jeremi Gonzalez on the roster.
Seay might be waived
(3/25/2004) Bobby Seay, who is out of options, will not make Tampa Bay's roster. He might be placed on waivers, according to the Tampa Tribune.
Devil Rays option Bobby Seay
(7/18/2003) The Devil Rays optioned Seay to Triple-A Durham on Thursday, despite pitching 2 1/3 scoreless innings after being recalled July 6.
Rays promote Bobby Seay
(7/7/2003) The Devil Rays recalled Seay from Triple-A Durham on Sunday.
Seay activated, returned to Triple-A
(6/4/2003) The Devil Rays activated Bobby Seay and optioned him to Triple-A Durham on Tuesday.
Seay to throw simulated game
(6/1/2003) Bobby Seay (shoulder) will throw one or two innings in a simulated game on Monday.
Seay close to throwing
(5/29/2003) According to the St. Petersburg Times, Bobby Seay should be ready to pitch simulated games by the end of the week.
Seay receives good news on shoulder
(5/7/2003) The Tampa Tribune reports that Bobby Seay (sore left shoulder) received a cortisone shot on Tuesday and learned that he has merely tendinitis and not any serious damage. He is expected to resume throwing later this week or early next week.
Seay placed on the 15-day DL
(4/27/2003) The Tampa Bay Devil Rays placed Bobby Seay on the 15-day disabled list on Sunday with left shoulder tendinitis. He will undergo an MRI on Monday.
Bobby Seay has shoulder soreness
(4/26/2003) According to the team's website, Seay has some soreness in the back of this shoulder while warming up on Thursday and was shut down.
(4/15/2002) Seay (shoulder tendinitis) was been transferred from the 15-day DL to the 60-day DL. He has no Fantasy value.
(2/14/2002) According to the Tampa Tribune, Seay will have a chance to compete for a spot in the bullpen during spring training. Even if he wins a roster spot, however, Seay's Fantasy value will be minimal.
(8/13/2001) The Tampa Bay Devil Rays recalled Seay from Double-A Orlando Sunday to replace injured pitcher Jeff Wallace on the active roster. Seay, slowed by a hand injury this season, is 2-5 with a 6.14 ERA in 14 games.
(5/9/2001) Seay strained the index finger on his left hand during a Double-A game for the Devil Rays' affiliate at Orlando. He was placed on the disabled list on Tuesday due to the injury.
(3/15/2001) Seay allowed three runs on three hits in one inning and took the loss in Detroit's 7-5 victory over the Rays Wednesday. His performance may have put his chances of making the Opening Day roster is jeapordy, but it doesn't affect his Fantasy value, which is still null and void.
(2/16/2001) Seay sprained his right ankle on Wednesday and will either be sidelined or limited in the first few days of camp. Seay, who is the Rays' top left-handed pitching prospect, will be fighting for a roster spot during the exhibition season.